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The North Carolina Association of Educators Political Action Committee (NCAE PAC) included in its second-quarter 2020 finance report contributions to Gov. Roy Cooper’s and NC Sen. Dan Blue’s campaigns in excess of the legal limit.
The North Carolina Association of Educators Political Action Committee (NCAE PAC) included in its second-quarter 2020 finance report contributions to Gov. Roy Cooper’s and NC Sen. Dan Blue’s campaigns in excess of the legal limit.
 
Mike Antonucci at the Education Intelligence Agency has published his annual membership and finance numbers for National Education Association (NEA) and state affiliates
Mike Antonucci at the Education Intelligence Agency has published his annual membership and finance numbers for National Education Association (NEA) and state affiliates
 
Earlier this week, the North Carolina Supreme Court heard oral arguments to decide the constitutionality of legislation to phase out North Carolina's teacher tenure system.
Earlier this week, the North Carolina Supreme Court heard oral arguments to decide the constitutionality of legislation to phase out North Carolina's teacher tenure system.
 
Kay Hagan's campaign and its trolls are all over social media trumpeting a report published in the Greensboro News & Record that says North Carolina "ranks as worst state for teachers."
Kay Hagan's campaign and its trolls are all over social media trumpeting a report published in the Greensboro News & Record that says North Carolina "ranks as worst state for teachers."
 
As part of a campaign to inform employees and union workers of their rights, the Civitas Institute will be educating North Carolina teachers and other school employees about how they can give themselves an average $450 a year pay increase by leaving the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE)
As part of a campaign to inform employees and union workers of their rights, the Civitas Institute will be educating North Carolina teachers and other school employees about how they can give themselves an average $450 a year pay increase by leaving the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE)
 
Are teachers receiving a pay increase?
 
In February, I published a column titled, "Data Do Not Reflect Claims of Teacher Dissatisfaction," which pointed out that state and national data disagree with those who claim that the teaching profession is increasingly constrained and unhappy.
In February, I published a column titled, "Data Do Not Reflect Claims of Teacher Dissatisfaction," which pointed out that state and national data disagree with those who claim that the teaching profession is increasingly constrained and unhappy.
 
Liberal activist organizations are challenging two new laws. In North Carolina Association of Educators, et al, v. The State of North Carolina, the state's teachers union challenged recent changes to North Carolina's tenure (aka "career status") law.
Liberal activist organizations are challenging two new laws. In North Carolina Association of Educators, et al, v. The State of North Carolina, the state's teachers union challenged recent changes to North Carolina's tenure (aka "career status") law.
 
The state's largest teachers group - the N.C. Association of Educators - is saying that it is not connected to a proposed Nov.
The state's largest teachers group - the N.C. Association of Educators - is saying that it is not connected to a proposed Nov.
 
News outlets and the blogosphere have been filled with stories and opinions concerning the so-called "Walk In" being staged Monday in support of teachers and our schools.
News outlets and the blogosphere have been filled with stories and opinions concerning the so-called "Walk In" being staged Monday in support of teachers and our schools.
 
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