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When the North Carolina Senate recently passed a bill with several moving parts - a newly reconstituted State Board of Elections, a rebuff of Gov. Roy Cooper’s attempt to evade legislative control of state revenue, and a multi-year fix to a funding dispute about class size
When the North Carolina Senate recently passed a bill with several moving parts - a newly reconstituted State Board of Elections, a rebuff of Gov. Roy Cooper’s attempt to evade legislative control of state revenue, and a multi-year fix to a funding dispute about class size
 
Yesterday Republican leaders in the House and Senate announced their solution for the brewing class size controversy
Yesterday Republican leaders in the House and Senate announced their solution for the brewing class size controversy
 
State Republican legislative leaders announced a fix to the class size mandate, which would phase in smaller class sizes in kindergarten through third grade over the next four years instead of an immediate fix this school year
State Republican legislative leaders announced a fix to the class size mandate, which would phase in smaller class sizes in kindergarten through third grade over the next four years instead of an immediate fix this school year
 
Governor Roy Cooper today urged legislative Republicans to provide funding for smaller class sizes to phase in the currently unfunded mandate when they convene in Raleigh next week
Governor Roy Cooper today urged legislative Republicans to provide funding for smaller class sizes to phase in the currently unfunded mandate when they convene in Raleigh next week
 
As parents waited in the carpool line Dec. 4 at A.B. Combs Magnet Elementary school, they were greeted by PTA volunteers passing out bright green fliers
As parents waited in the carpool line Dec. 4 at A.B. Combs Magnet Elementary school, they were greeted by PTA volunteers passing out bright green fliers
 
Politicians and policy analysts clashed Tuesday over school construction costs and who should pay
Politicians and policy analysts clashed Tuesday over school construction costs and who should pay
 
Staffing may hobble class size reduction efforts
 
After weeks of outrage from school administrators who worry that lower class sizes will mean cutting elective courses and teachers, lawmakers seem to have fixed the problem.
After weeks of outrage from school administrators who worry that lower class sizes will mean cutting elective courses and teachers, lawmakers seem to have fixed the problem.
 
Class Size Controversy puts Budget Flexibility at Risk
 
I have a pretty utilitarian view of class sizes. Sometimes smaller class sizes make a big difference. Special needs students and those who require intensive instruction or remediation surely benefit from smaller classes.
I have a pretty utilitarian view of class sizes. Sometimes smaller class sizes make a big difference. Special needs students and those who require intensive instruction or remediation surely benefit from smaller classes.
 
North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson is traveling across the Tar Heel State to educate voters about the relationship between smaller class sizes and improved student performance.
North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson is traveling across the Tar Heel State to educate voters about the relationship between smaller class sizes and improved student performance.
 
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