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Cooper vetoes budget for second straight year; override likely

For the second year in a row Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed the state budget, though, for the second straight year, the move is unlikely to change the state spending plan.

North Carolina budget adjustments advance in the legislature

North Carolina Republicans advanced next year's state budget adjustments Tuesday, betting on agreed-to pay raises, tax cuts and school safety improvements to assure electoral success against Democrats in November.

Buses donated to take teachers to Raleigh, teachers wear #RedForEd

Cape Fear Transportation offered the New Hanover County Association of Educators two buses to take teachers to Raleigh Wednesday morning. 

NC Republican leaders highlight recent, anticipated teacher raises

As thousands of teachers prepare to march in Raleigh to demand more funding for education, Republican legislative leaders highlighted recent raises teachers received and another raise anticipated next school year.

More than 1 million students to miss school as teacher revolt hits North Carolina

A wave of teacher revolts sweeping the nation is set to hit North Carolina on Wednesday as thousands of educators are expected to swarm the state's capital in a quest for higher pay and more money for education.

Study: Nearly all teachers spend own money on school needs

Nearly all public school teachers report digging into their pockets to pay for school supplies, spending nearly $480 a year.

‘I’m paid $53 a day to educate your child’: NC teacher posts copy of...

Thousands of teachers will take their voice to Raleigh on Wednesday, May 16, for the 'March for Students and Rally for Respect' event.

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.

Hundreds of area teachers request day of teacher rally off

None of the school districts in our area plan to shut down on May 16, the day thousands of teachers plan to protest at the General Assembly in Raleigh when lawmakers reconvene for the legislative short session.

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