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The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us most here in North Carolina, and is distilled for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video.
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us most here in North Carolina, and is distilled for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video.
 
The House on Monday, April 29, unveiled a $14 billion education budget for fiscal 2019-20.
The House on Monday, April 29, unveiled a $14 billion education budget for fiscal 2019-20.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper's $25.2 billion budget proposal would add nearly $1.3 billion in new spending over last year - an increase of 5.4 percent
Gov. Roy Cooper's $25.2 billion budget proposal would add nearly $1.3 billion in new spending over last year - an increase of 5.4 percent
 
Tomorrow, Gov. Cooper is set to release his budget proposal for the next two fiscal years
Tomorrow, Gov. Cooper is set to release his budget proposal for the next two fiscal years
 
The state's top legislative leaders say they're eager to talk to teachers gathering in Raleigh on Wednesday, May 16, about a 6.2 percent average pay raise they'll receive next year
The state's top legislative leaders say they're eager to talk to teachers gathering in Raleigh on Wednesday, May 16, about a 6.2 percent average pay raise they'll receive next year
 
The House Education Budget is Pretty Good
 
The North Carolina House education budget is scratch made, taking few cues from the Senate's plan, Rep. Craig Horn, R-Union, told Carolina Journal on Thursday
The North Carolina House education budget is scratch made, taking few cues from the Senate's plan, Rep. Craig Horn, R-Union, told Carolina Journal on Thursday
 
The North Carolina House education budget is scratch made, taking few cues from the Senate's plan, Rep. Craig Horn, R-Union, told Carolina Journal on Thursday
The North Carolina House education budget is scratch made, taking few cues from the Senate's plan, Rep. Craig Horn, R-Union, told Carolina Journal on Thursday
 
Some education items in the Senate budget will remain, House leaders say
 
"In recent years North Carolina has spent millions to make school buildings safe from intruders and ensure that school and emergency personnel can respond promptly to every eventuality..."
"In recent years North Carolina has spent millions to make school buildings safe from intruders and ensure that school and emergency personnel can respond promptly to every eventuality..."
 
Which North Carolina political party has increased the education budget by more than $1.1 billion since 2011? Answer: the Republicans.
Which North Carolina political party has increased the education budget by more than $1.1 billion since 2011? Answer: the Republicans.
 
Approximately 55 percent of North Carolina's $21.9 billion state budget is spent on education. About 70 percent of all money devoted to education is spent on K-12 education
Approximately 55 percent of North Carolina's $21.9 billion state budget is spent on education. About 70 percent of all money devoted to education is spent on K-12 education
 
Those who watch state government have had plenty to talk about since the General Assembly passed the state's new $21.7 billion state budget. Since education is the single largest item in the state budget, here are three things you probably didn't hear about education spending.
Those who watch state government have had plenty to talk about since the General Assembly passed the state's new $21.7 billion state budget. Since education is the single largest item in the state budget, here are three things you probably didn't hear about education spending.
 
It seemed appropriate that, on the eve of the April 15 tax filing deadline, Guilford County Board of Education member Jeff Belton would take a moment to provide a cautionary tale about government and taxes.
It seemed appropriate that, on the eve of the April 15 tax filing deadline, Guilford County Board of Education member Jeff Belton would take a moment to provide a cautionary tale about government and taxes.
 
For years teachers have felt frustrated because they believe they are underpaid for a mentally and physically demanding job.
For years teachers have felt frustrated because they believe they are underpaid for a mentally and physically demanding job.
 
Reductions in administrative bloat, a focus on improving UNC system efficiency, public-private economic partnerships, and special scholarships and internships for favored groups are features of the higher education portion of Governor McCrory's state budget pitch.
Reductions in administrative bloat, a focus on improving UNC system efficiency, public-private economic partnerships, and special scholarships and internships for favored groups are features of the higher education portion of Governor McCrory's state budget pitch.
 
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