It's not the teachers, it's the cost of the entire system. Perdue uses almost 50% of the NC budget for education, and our educational system still ranks relatively low in the nation. Maybe the problem is too much overhead cost, not teacher cost. And there is nothing wrong with teachers/administrators having to share in insurance and pension contributions. The NC Education Lottery was supposed to bail us out, but with only about 35% of it actually going toward education, something is seriously wrong.
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