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Its hard to judge just what is an effective teacher.
Grades?
Number of students passed on to the next level?
Number of drop outs?

If there was a good metric the Legislature could make the point of setting measurable goals and insisting that teachers meet them.
Conversely the other side cannot make the argument that pay equates to good education.
Either way - North Carolina has LOUSY teachers that aren't worth a darn
or,
North Carolina has parents that don't work with their kids to learn

Either way North Carolina loses........

Vog

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