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Now that the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) has defied an audit mandated by state law, what happens next?
Neither the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) nor the Office of the State Auditor is any stranger to media attention. Between the NCAE's dues check off litigation and the State Auditor's recent report on corruption at DHHS, both organizations have seen their share of the limelight...
Neither the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) nor the Office of the State Auditor is any stranger to media attention. Between the NCAE's dues check off litigation and the State Auditor's recent report on corruption at DHHS, both organizations have seen their share of the limelight...
In laying out its legal case against the state over elimination of teacher tenure, the North Carolina Association of Educators cites some of the same constitutional constructs of contract law that state employees used two decades ago to overturn the General Assembly's repeal of income tax exemptions
The Institute for Justice has joined the school choice fight in North Carolina. The Arlington, Va.-based libertarian legal defense group is representing parents of North Carolina children seeking to defend the state's recently enacted Opportunity Scholarship Program, often referred to as vouchers.
Teachers finding their schedules packed with testing would get relief from education reforms promised by Gov. Pat McCrory and top Republican lawmakers, who say students would benefit from a streamlined list of required state and local exams.
The leader of the state Senate promised fast action to appeal a Wake County Superior Court judge's decision halting the General Assembly's plans to end teacher tenure. Meantime, the head of the state's largest teacher association, which brought the lawsuit challenging the end of career status, was d
I still remember my first job. It was as a "carry-out" boy at a local grocery store. We took the customer's groceries to their car for them. Somewhat like the Piggly Wiggly still does.
In February, I published a column titled, "Data Do Not Reflect Claims of Teacher Dissatisfaction," which pointed out that state and national data disagree with those who claim that the teaching profession is increasingly constrained and unhappy.
Why does the Left oppose school choice? It can't be because they oppose tax dollars going to private, even faith-based institutions. For decades, state and federal subsidies have flowed to private colleges and universities, including sectarian institutions. For decades, Medicare and Medicaid...
As the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) holds its "School's Out" rally, the Civitas Institute puts the spotlight on the gulf between teacher's salaries and NCAE executives' salaries.
As part of a campaign to inform employees and union workers of their rights, the Civitas Institute will be educating North Carolina teachers and other school employees about how they can give themselves an average $450 a year pay increase by leaving the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE)
This article is Part I of a two-part series examining how North Carolina's public school system pays its teachers.
Do other professions require their "best" employees to give up an accomplishment to get a raise?
Liberal politicians, left-wing activists, and the teacher union may not like it, but the North Carolina General Assembly is not about to abandon its reforms of teacher hiring, firing, and compensation. That's because the lawmakers who enacted them are familiar with the empirical research about what
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