The new state operating budget devotes more tax dollars to public education — $500 million more — and delivers an average 6.5% pay raise to teachers — the fifth pay raise in a row. Yet despite these facts, and despite the reality that taxpayer appropriations to public education dominate the state operating budget, Big Education advocates say it isn’t enough. So how much is enough? WATCH as JLF’s Terry Stoops discuss education funding in North Carolina.
How Much Is Enough?
July 23, 2018 at 6:04 am
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