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Extractions: Schools and Colleges F A LAGGARD IN EDUCATION. North Carolina has little reason to be proud of her early history in the cause of education. For years there was greater illiteracy in this State than in any other, and the improvement of late years has not been any greater than it should have been. In 1816 the legislature appointed a committee with Archibald D. Murphey at its head to suggest a plan for State education. The plan suggested in 1817 provided for primary schools in each county and for ten academies in different parts of the State, with the State University at the head. A school for deaf, dumb and blind was provided for and the children of the poor were to be supported while at school. But this benevolent scheme to provide for the children of the poor defeated the entire plan. THE LITERARY FUND. In 1825 the legislature created a literary fund which was to come from the sale of swamp lands and other sources. In 1837 part of a large sum derived from the United States was added, making the entire fund about $2,000,000. PUBLIC SCHOOLS BEGIN. With the income from this and a tax voted by most of the counties public schools were begun in 1840. In 1852 Calvin H. Wiley was elected superintendent of public instruction, which office he held till 1865. The schools grew from 777 in 1840 to 4,369 in 1860. The number of all students in colleges, academies and primary schools increased from 18,681 in 1840 to 177,400 in 1860. This applies to the entire State.
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Extractions: Focus Adolescent Services Need help for your teen? Call FocusAS or Family Help in North Carolina Refresh this page each time you visit. Search FocusAS Home Resources State Directory Schools ... Contact Hotlines and Helplines ChildhelpUSA Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD National Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline TDD National Hotlines and Helplines National Suicide Hotline 1-800-SUICIDE NC Family Health Resource Line North Carolina Suicide and Crisis Hotlines Poison Help Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) 1-800-656-HOPE Report Child Abuse in North Carolina Teen Line Toll-Free Numbers for Health Information Organizations and Agencies Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Coalition of North Carolina Assists individuals, groups, and communities in organizing and implementing programs to prevent adolescent pregnancy. Visit Teen Sexual Behaviors: Issues and Concerns Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina Education and advocacy organization to end the human suffering and economic cost of alcoholism and drug abuse. Visit
Extractions: State Data Information N.C. Demographic Information N.C. Geographic Information N.C. State Information N.C. Economic Information N.C. State/Regional/County Profiles N.C. Agricultural Information N.C. Investment Information N.C. Infrastructure Information N.C. Education Information N.C. Health Information N.C. Political Information N.C. Justice Information North Carolina Education Information University of North Carolina System The University of North Carolina is a public, multi-campus university dedicated to the service of North Carolina and its people. It encompasses the 16 diverse constituent institutions and other educational, research, and public service organizations. The 59 Community Colleges of North Carolina North Carolina has 58 comprehensive community colleges and one specialized technology center. The system serves all 100 counties. Individual colleges have service areas that may include one or several counties. Students may, however, apply to institutions of their choice, regardless of their counties of residence.
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