The state's biggest teachers' union is speaking out against classroom reforms. Politicians are talking about new ways to pay teachers that put more emphasis on performance than on experience.
Some principals in the state of North Carolina are concerned that rather than getting the pay rises that have been promised to them in the recently passed state budget, they may instead see a decrease in their pay for the next school year.
North Carolina: Students In An Archaeological Field School Make Discoveries Of Artifacts Among Local Indigenous Sites
Archaeological evidence of pre-European indigenous settlements was discovered during the summer field school run by the UNC archaeology department.
North Carolina: Gov. Cooper Passes Legislation Enabling Remote Academies To Be Operated By Public Schools
In the last several weeks, North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper has signed over 40 measures, including a "remote academy" statute.
As part of their new budget proposal, Republican lawmakers announced wage increases for state workers and a modest increase in teacher salaries.
A court of appeals judgment has overturned a decision to require female students at a Leland charter school to wear skirts.
Education Leaders in North Carolina's school system are searching for strategies to attract and retain teachers. One option is to compensate employees depending on their performance.
Turquoise LeJeune Parker, a North Carolina elementary school teacher, raised more than $100,000 to buy groceries for her students and many others to take home over the holiday break.