1. Teachers want more and more but the Adminisration takes it don’t they realize the cycle is local government sucking in taxpayer money.
2. Get rid of tenure and watch education improve!
3. Stop the inflo of illegal immigrants and WE THE PEOPLE the taxpayers having to educate them at the expense of our own children!
Gov. Roy Cooper unveiled his first two-year state budget proposal March 1, prioritizing education and other issues he emphasized on the campaign trail.
The governor’s recommended budget, which would increase the state’s spending by $1.1 billion from last year, would raise public school teachers’ salaries by 10 percent over the next two years, invest millions of dollars in raising pre-kindergarten enrollment and aim to improve the quality of K-12 public schools.
Billy Ball, an education reporter for N.C. Policy Watch, said raising teacher pay will help the state retain its most experienced educators, a demographic Republicans largely neglected in recent legislation.