No North Carolina politician is anti-education. But according to Bill Harrison, the chairman of the North Carolina State Board of Education, the recently passed state budget exemplifies how partisan politics will always come before public schools, students and teachers.
After four years of a statewide salary freeze, North Carolina teachers are set to receive a 1.2 percent raise that will average about $560. Find out why educators are sticking with the Tar Heel state.
Daggumit national education rankings, you’re making North Carolina look bad.