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The average annual income in North Carolina is just over $40,000. But senior-level bureaucrats in the University of North Carolina system's General Administration (GA)-who take home six-figure salaries-say they need a raise. This Friday, the system's Board of Governors will vote on a proposed...
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement after the announcement that Margaret Spellings was unanimously elected President of the University of North Carolina System by the Board of Governors
Results from an employer survey recently released by the University of North Carolina system suggest that graduates of the state's 16 public universities - especially those from less selective schools - are deficient in terms of their written and oral communication, work ethic, and workplace etiquet
Gov. Pat McCrory's spokesman confirmed Tuesday afternoon that the governor met with "a candidate" for president of the UNC system at the governor's mansion. This news, in an email to Carolina Journal, came just as the UNC system released an agenda showing that the new president will be named at...
UNC Board of Governors Chairman John Fennebresque and Margaret Spellings, the top candidate to become UNC system president, left a recent "emergency" meeting of the board to meet with Gov. Pat McCrory, a source at the meeting told Carolina Journal. Fennebresque and Spellings were in a closed...
Governor Pat McCrory today challenged the North Carolina Education Cabinet to continue to work together to ensure North Carolina's education system is preparing students for the skills business and industry will need in the future.
The UNC Board of Governors perhaps opened a can of worms by allowing three historically black universities to lower their SAT admission standards.
Last week Gov. Pat McCrory released his budget proposal for the 2015-2017 biennium, his spending plan for $22 billion in each of the next two fiscal years. While there are some positive spending decisions in this budget, there are also some discouraging choices in certain areas of government...
The GOP takeover in Raleigh presented all kinds of opportunities to remake the political landscape for years to come.
A new report from the Center for American Progress alleges that the "Great Recession" that began in 2008 devastated public university investments nationwide.
Governor Pat McCrory today challenged the North Carolina Education Cabinet to continue to work together to ensure North Carolina's education system is preparing students for the skills business and industry will need in the future.
A new report from the Center for American Progress alleges that the "Great Recession" that began in 2008 devastated public university investments nationwide.
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement after the State Board of Community Colleges and University of North Carolina Board of Governors today signed a revised Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) between the two public higher education systems.
UNC System President Tom Ross recently appeared before the Knight Commission to address the need to reform some of the egregious problems with college athletics. Well-intentioned as Ross was, his suggestions won't fix the underlying problems.
Education is the most important function of state government. While there are some exciting and wonderful things going on in education North Carolina's outcomes are far from what we want and need.
Senate Budget Plan Includes Largest Teacher Pay Raise in State History North Carolina's state Senate last night released its proposed changes to the second year of the 2013-15 biennial budget.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory yesterday unveiled his recommended budget adjustments for the 2014-15 fiscal year. The governor's plan would make changes to the second year of the two-year state budget plan passed last year.
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