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Senator Bill Cook (R-District 1) attended a press conference on Wednesday, May 28, 2014, that announced a proposal to allocate an average of 11.2 percent permanent pay raise for North Carolina public school teachers.
Senator Bill Cook (R-District 1) attended a press conference on Wednesday, May 28, 2014, that announced a proposal to allocate an average of 11.2 percent permanent pay raise for North Carolina public school teachers.
 
Republicans slashed the education budget, offered teachers no pay raise and passed vouchers to allow kids to take public school dollars to private schools! We're witnessing the dismantling of public education!
Republicans slashed the education budget, offered teachers no pay raise and passed vouchers to allow kids to take public school dollars to private schools! We're witnessing the dismantling of public education!
 
Just about everyone agrees on the value and importance of education. North Carolina allocates roughly fifty cents of ever dollar in our state budget to education, and while we appreciate our dedicated teachers and acknowledge the good things happening.
Just about everyone agrees on the value and importance of education. North Carolina allocates roughly fifty cents of ever dollar in our state budget to education, and while we appreciate our dedicated teachers and acknowledge the good things happening.
 
In 2012, the N.C. Department of Public Instruction will introduce new curricula and standards for all public school students. This will include the new North Carolina Essential Standards for social studies, science, arts education, and world languages, among others.
In 2012, the N.C. Department of Public Instruction will introduce new curricula and standards for all public school students. This will include the new North Carolina Essential Standards for social studies, science, arts education, and world languages, among others.
 
Along with most other states, North Carolina is in the process of adopting new Common Core national standards for reading and mathematics. The good news is that the Common Core is much better than North Carolina's previously reading and math standards.
Along with most other states, North Carolina is in the process of adopting new Common Core national standards for reading and mathematics. The good news is that the Common Core is much better than North Carolina's previously reading and math standards.
 
Public schooling is the state's single largest, and arguably most important, expenditure. More than one-third of North Carolina's new $20.2 billion General Fund budget is set aside for K-12 education.
Public schooling is the state's single largest, and arguably most important, expenditure. More than one-third of North Carolina's new $20.2 billion General Fund budget is set aside for K-12 education.
 
Anne Blythe, writing for the News & Observer has an interesting story on the ongoing dispute between one school system in the state, Cabarrus County, and the rest of the school systems, the State Board of Education and essentially The Education Establishment in the state.
Anne Blythe, writing for the News & Observer has an interesting story on the ongoing dispute between one school system in the state, Cabarrus County, and the rest of the school systems, the State Board of Education and essentially The Education Establishment in the state.
 
Last week the North Carolina General Assembly successfully overrode Gov. Perdue's veto of SB 727- No Dues Checkoff for School Employees.
Last week the North Carolina General Assembly successfully overrode Gov. Perdue's veto of SB 727- No Dues Checkoff for School Employees.
 
A new report published this week by the National School Boards Association says that American students spend as much or more time in school as their counterparts in other developed nations.
A new report published this week by the National School Boards Association says that American students spend as much or more time in school as their counterparts in other developed nations.
 
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