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North Carolinians support Governor Roy Cooperís push for increased school funding, higher teacher pay raises and affordable healthcare by wide margins, a new poll release Friday shows.
North Carolinians support Governor Roy Cooperís push for increased school funding, higher teacher pay raises and affordable healthcare by wide margins, a new poll release Friday shows.
 
These developments give many North Carolina conservatives pause. And for good reason.
These developments give many North Carolina conservatives pause. And for good reason.
 
Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants charter schools gone, but several prominent N.C. and national advocates for charter schools say the presidential contender is out of touch with voters.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants charter schools gone, but several prominent N.C. and national advocates for charter schools say the presidential contender is out of touch with voters.
 
Once again teachers will descend on the state capital to call for more public school funding, Medicaid expansion, and a $15 minimum wage for all school workers.
Once again teachers will descend on the state capital to call for more public school funding, Medicaid expansion, and a $15 minimum wage for all school workers.
 
The N.C. Supreme Court on Monday heard another round of arguments over school funding - this time whether county commissioners or General Assembly lawmakers are responsible for guaranteeing sufficient spending
The N.C. Supreme Court on Monday heard another round of arguments over school funding - this time whether county commissioners or General Assembly lawmakers are responsible for guaranteeing sufficient spending
 
Flexibility was the word of the day in a meeting of the Joint Legislative Task Force on Education Finance Reform
Flexibility was the word of the day in a meeting of the Joint Legislative Task Force on Education Finance Reform
 
Time for Constructive Dialogue about District School Facilities
 
You've heard the claims: charter schools take money and resources from public schools, have little accountability and don't perform as well as their public school counterparts
You've heard the claims: charter schools take money and resources from public schools, have little accountability and don't perform as well as their public school counterparts
 
Politicians and policy analysts clashed Tuesday over school construction costs and who should pay
Politicians and policy analysts clashed Tuesday over school construction costs and who should pay
 
Thatís what Iíd tell NC Policy Watch crybabies who continue to assert the policies of Republican legislators donít support public education
Thatís what Iíd tell NC Policy Watch crybabies who continue to assert the policies of Republican legislators donít support public education
 
After proclaiming May 8-12 Teacher Appreciation Week, Governor Cooper is calling on the legislature to support his budgetís funding for school support personnel
After proclaiming May 8-12 Teacher Appreciation Week, Governor Cooper is calling on the legislature to support his budgetís funding for school support personnel
 
University foundations are at the forefront of schools' fundraising, event planning, and publicity efforts
University foundations are at the forefront of schools' fundraising, event planning, and publicity efforts
 
Class Size Controversy puts Budget Flexibility at Risk
 
North Carolina's current method for funding public schools favors wealthy counties over low-income areas, according to a new study from the state legislature's Program Evaluation Division
North Carolina's current method for funding public schools favors wealthy counties over low-income areas, according to a new study from the state legislature's Program Evaluation Division
 
Another Charter School Funding Victory
 
Fact checking WRAL's teacher pay documentary
 
By a 60-49 vote, the state House on Thursday passed a bill that would temporarily remove five of North Carolina's lowest-performing public schools from their districts, placing them instead under the supervision of an Achievement School District
By a 60-49 vote, the state House on Thursday passed a bill that would temporarily remove five of North Carolina's lowest-performing public schools from their districts, placing them instead under the supervision of an Achievement School District
 
School choice has always been one of the core principles of the state and national Republican Party
School choice has always been one of the core principles of the state and national Republican Party
 
Where does the money for our K-12 public schools come from? You.
 
One of the unique characteristics of education funding in North Carolina is the fact that a relatively high percentage of revenue comes from state sources. According to National Education Association estimates for the 2013-14 school year, the national average share of state revenue for public...
One of the unique characteristics of education funding in North Carolina is the fact that a relatively high percentage of revenue comes from state sources. According to National Education Association estimates for the 2013-14 school year, the national average share of state revenue for public...
 
Local governments should focus on using existing revenues more efficiently, monitoring the effectiveness of school funding, and simplifying rules for land use and zoning. Those are three key recommendations in the John Locke Foundation's new City and County Issue Guide 2014.
Local governments should focus on using existing revenues more efficiently, monitoring the effectiveness of school funding, and simplifying rules for land use and zoning. Those are three key recommendations in the John Locke Foundation's new City and County Issue Guide 2014.
 
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