Apr 9, 2024 - News

The Tea: Reading struggles for students with disabilities

Illustration of a teapot made out of an acorn with steam coming from the spout.

Illustration: Allie Carl/Axios

📚 Less than 10% of North Carolina students with learning disabilities tested proficiently in reading and math last year. (WRAL)

  • State leaders hope new reading curricula will help more children with disabilities by catching their disabilities sooner and by providing instruction better suited to help them.

🍺 Wilmington's New Anthem Beer Project had $4.1 million in liabilities before closing all of its taprooms, including in Raleigh, according to bankruptcy filings. (Triangle Business Journal 🔒)

🏫 Durham's Board of Education wants to move the Durham School of the Arts from downtown to a new campus in north Durham — but a group of residents says the school board should instead renovate the historic school. (INDY Week)


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