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Teachers still on ‘optional’ workdays, some may work remotely

The North Carolina Association of Educators or NCAE is raising concerns that teachers are being forced to report to work during the ongoing pandemic. They say this leaves them unable to care for children at home and potentially exposes them to coronavirus.

Teachers across NC consider extended walkout in new survey

Teachers across North Carolina said they are angry about the lack of funding for education in the state.

North Carolina group gauges teachers’ support for strike

The North Carolina Association of Educators wants to know how long teachers would stay out of the classroom to get the pay raises and benefits that they want.

‘Teacher of the Week’ busy prepping students for end of grade tests

As the school year winds down for many across the Cape Fear, it's a critical time as New Hanover County students prep for North Carolina End of Grade (EOG) Tests.

School safety at forefront of teacher rally after shooting

North Carolina teachers took to the streets Wednesday for the second year in a row with hopes that a more politically balanced legislature will be more willing to meet their demands.

North Carolina teachers plan new rally to press demands

North Carolina teachers didn't win the pay increases and other changes they sought last year, despite a rally that brought 20,000 people to the capital so they're marching again Wednesday.

North Carolina teachers’ group plan another May rally

North Carolina's largest teacher-lobbying group will organize another march and rally this spring to seek higher school salaries and funding from the General Assembly.

National group: North Carolina teacher pay moves up rankings

North Carolina's standing on teacher pay keeps improving compared to other states.

NCAE meets with local educators ahead of teacher pay rally

The rally was held Friday afternoon by the North Carolina Association of Educators. The NCAE met with local educators to discuss their plans.

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