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A collaborative, community-based learning program organized during the pandemic aims to be a catalyst for education justice.

It’s called REGAL -- which stands for Relevant Education Grows All Learners. It’s a framework designed to support students of color by offering an inclusive learning space, led by adults in their own community. University of North Carolina Asheville professor Dr. Tiece Ruffin is one of the collaborators behind the effort.




School Systems In WNC: How Will They Reopen?

Jul 29, 2020

Plan B, Plan C, or something in between?  Check out what each public school district in Western North Carolina decided on for the start of the school year.