Thousands of educators are expected in Raleigh on Wednesday, May 1st, to demand more funding for public education from the legislature.
North Carolina Association of Educators
Parents and education leaders throughout the state are urging legislators to make changes to a law that mandates lower class sizes in early grades, and have scheduled a rally Wednesday afternoon ne
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School officials, students, and community members gathered Wednesday to pay tribute to a man who was an education
As election season kicks into high gear, more and more commercials are flooding the airwaves. In North Carolina, education is taking center stage.
As the State House and Senate are working on a final budget, education funding is taking center stage. But some teacher groups aren't satisfied with the current negotiations.
North Carolina's public school teachers appear to be in high demand. Especially by the Houston Independent School District.
Last year the North Carolina General Assembly voted to end supplemental pay for teachers who earn master's degrees. Even teachers who were at the time enrolled in Master's programs would not get the ten percent supplement for their advanced degrees.
More than 100 teachers, parents and community members gathered in Winston-Salem Wednesday to rally against education budget cuts. A similar rally was also held in Greensboro.
Summer break is in full swing for many students across the country, but many educators are already preparing for the new school year. Some North Carolina educators are in Atlanta this week for the National Education Association's 151st annual Representative Assembly.