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Cumberland County reported 1,313 homeschools in 2010-2011.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
Non-profit club seeks to get girls interested in running.
Get back into the school groove with a visit to Pilgrim's Journey. You're sure find more than good shopping.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Creating a classic book club for kids is easy and fun. This article offers help for the process.
The North Carolina zoo offers an educational experience.
Reviewing what works and what doesn't gives parents a chance to revise plans for next school year.
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