Thank you Radio One listeners for your participation in our SMART Day! The response was overwhelming and we appreciate your support.
Please visit our booth at the Healthy, Wealthy and Wise Expo presented by Radio One and The SMART Academy on Saturday, December 14th, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. There will be entertainment, experiments and chance to win FREE tuition to our SMART End of Grade (EOG) Camp. Bring a friend!
Raleigh Renaissance North Hills Hotel, 410 Main at North Hills Street, Raleigh, NC 27609 | Map
By JASON PARKER, WRALTechWire RALEIGH, N.C. — If technology can help open doors to educational opportunity, technology entrepreneur Chris Evans believes it can also help solve the gulf between technology haves and have nots – the “digital divide.” Minority and … Continue reading
DataWind ships 2,000 Aakash tablets in US; school project gives hopes to company for mainstream rollout Bangalore: Aakash, the low-cost computer tablet that made a controversial debut in India promising to bridge the country’s digital divide, is finding a new … Continue reading
Dear Friend, On Sunday, May 19, 2013, we wrapped up our inaugural End of Grade (EOG) Camp. Over 170 students representing 64 schools in the Triangle participated in our five-week camp. And now, we are happy to announce that through … Continue reading
Dear Friend, We need you and your friends to join forces to send a student to the SMART Academy. Through a grant from Duke Energy Progress, the SMART Academy can now offer year-long programs and services to students throughout Wake County. … Continue reading
BY PAUL A. SPECHT, ASPECHT@NEWSOBSERVER.COM KNIGHTDALE – Wake County will soon assign a graduation coach to work at two elementary schools in Knightdale. Graduation coaches are like guidance counselors that work with students – who are typically impoverished – deemed … Continue reading
Raleigh, N.C. (Oct. 26, 2012) — Band Together NC, a Triangle-based organization that uses live music as a platform for social change, has announced Communities in Schools of Durham County and Communities in Schools of Wake County as its 2014 nonprofit partners. … Continue reading
Trailblazing surgeon Dr. Benjamin Carson recently visited Raleigh as part of a nationwide effort encouraging children to read, stay in school and take control of their destiny.