The day kicked off with a march from the North Carolina Association of Educators headquarters and down Fayetteville Street to the state legislative building. ONLY MEDIA LIVE TRUCKS WILL BE ALLOWED TO PARK. **PLEASE SEE PARKING MAPS. Salisbury). Buses should plan to arrive by 9am if possible. We will have some materials here when you arrive that will help you. Wednesday Updated 6:34 p.m. It's forty-two.
According to a 2016 state report, North Carolina schools had about $8 billion of facilities needs . This is not normal. We're sorry. Their pay increased by 4.2 percent over the previous year — the second-biggest increase in the country — and was estimated to rise an average 1.8 percent this year, the NEA said. Now It's North Carolina Teachers' Turn: How Did We Get Here? I don’t believe the teachers’ best interests are being served by this day.
A few years ago, he asked to visit a school near his home in Union County. Not long after, another message came through, this time from Harnett County Schools Superintendent Aaron Fleming. Like he said you just view him as an enemy without even listening to what he has to say. FRANK BRUNI: The news Isn't fake. Lava filled the streets. Educators and advocates of education filled the streets, drawing cheers from people standing on the sidewalks.