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Again Tries To Coordinate On B-Roll With Independent Expenditures
 
A recent national report dinged North Carolina for its lower-than-average "per-pupil expenditure." At least one state lawmaker is likely to grumble openly about that result.
A recent national report dinged North Carolina for its lower-than-average "per-pupil expenditure." At least one state lawmaker is likely to grumble openly about that result.
 
I'm thinking that maybe there's something strange going on in Cumberland County that I don't know about. Maybe they're awash with cash
I'm thinking that maybe there's something strange going on in Cumberland County that I don't know about. Maybe they're awash with cash
 
Few political promises are as common as this one: “My policies will create jobs.”
Few political promises are as common as this one: “My policies will create jobs.”
 
More military veterans are choosing to make North Carolina their home, thanks, in part, to efforts by Governor Pat McCrory to make North Carolina the most veteran friendly state in the nation.
More military veterans are choosing to make North Carolina their home, thanks, in part, to efforts by Governor Pat McCrory to make North Carolina the most veteran friendly state in the nation.
 
Last week, the NC Department of Public Instruction released financial data for the 2014-15 school year. In the table below, I included per pupil expenditure figures and (composite) grade-level math and reading proficiency percentages for students in grades 3-8.
Last week, the NC Department of Public Instruction released financial data for the 2014-15 school year. In the table below, I included per pupil expenditure figures and (composite) grade-level math and reading proficiency percentages for students in grades 3-8.
 
As the nation's sub-par economic recovery continues, tax revenues to state coffers are not rising as rapidly as in past periods of robust economic growth. Some left-leaning groups in North Carolina have attempted to seize upon this as an opportunity to criticize the state's 2013 tax cuts as a...
As the nation's sub-par economic recovery continues, tax revenues to state coffers are not rising as rapidly as in past periods of robust economic growth. Some left-leaning groups in North Carolina have attempted to seize upon this as an opportunity to criticize the state's 2013 tax cuts as a...
 
What better way to begin 2015 than to discuss per-pupil expenditures for our K-12 public schools? According to the N.C. Department of Public Instruction, the state increased its average expenditure by around $200 a student for the 2014-2015 school year. At this time next year we will be able to...
What better way to begin 2015 than to discuss per-pupil expenditures for our K-12 public schools? According to the N.C. Department of Public Instruction, the state increased its average expenditure by around $200 a student for the 2014-2015 school year. At this time next year we will be able to...
 
Government is measured everyday for different reasons and from different perspectives. Some measure government by the number of laws that have been enacted. Others look at the amount of tax revenue that is collected and the size of the operating budget. Still others look at more subjective measur
Government is measured everyday for different reasons and from different perspectives. Some measure government by the number of laws that have been enacted. Others look at the amount of tax revenue that is collected and the size of the operating budget. Still others look at more subjective measur
 
How much of your money is spent to educate one high school graduate in North Carolina? $50,000? $75,000? Our new analysis shows that North Carolina taxpayers spend about $150,000 for each student who receives a high school diploma...
How much of your money is spent to educate one high school graduate in North Carolina? $50,000? $75,000? Our new analysis shows that North Carolina taxpayers spend about $150,000 for each student who receives a high school diploma...
 
It has been nearly three years since the left-leaning Center for American Progress published a superb report, Return on Educational Investment: A District-by-District Evaluation of U.S. Educational Productivity. In the report, CAP Senior Fellow Ulrich Boser made the case that decades of...
It has been nearly three years since the left-leaning Center for American Progress published a superb report, Return on Educational Investment: A District-by-District Evaluation of U.S. Educational Productivity. In the report, CAP Senior Fellow Ulrich Boser made the case that decades of...
 
In late March, Gov. Bev Perdue embarked on a two-week campaign to promote a plan that would fund additional education spending by increasing the state sales tax.
In late March, Gov. Bev Perdue embarked on a two-week campaign to promote a plan that would fund additional education spending by increasing the state sales tax.
 
Government uses taxes for two broad purposes. The first is to collect revenue that the legislative branch appropriates to run the government. The second is to motivate behavior the government favors.
Government uses taxes for two broad purposes. The first is to collect revenue that the legislative branch appropriates to run the government. The second is to motivate behavior the government favors.
 
Back when we were in our teacher training program in college one of the assigned readings was a book entitled "The way it spozed to be."
 
I recently wrote a Teacher's Desk piece in which I said that there is little evidence that pre-school programs have much of a lasting effect on the success of students in later years.
I recently wrote a Teacher's Desk piece in which I said that there is little evidence that pre-school programs have much of a lasting effect on the success of students in later years.
 
The School Board says it will lose $1,773,488 if the state cuts 5% and $3,207,841 if they cut state appropriations by 10%. They are hoping the County Commissioners will pick up most of those cuts.
The School Board says it will lose $1,773,488 if the state cuts 5% and $3,207,841 if they cut state appropriations by 10%. They are hoping the County Commissioners will pick up most of those cuts.
 
The answer is "no" and they take valuable resources from programs that do make a long term difference and many for less money. So why do we keep funding them?
 
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