North Carolina Government Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. NC lawmakers react to teacher rallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | WBTV

    It is the largest act of organized teacher political action in state history. The North Carolina Association of Educations , who organized the event, said they hoped bringing thousands of educators from around the state would help get the attention of lawmakers and bring attention to education issues ahead of the legislative session and November's elections.

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  2. More Read the original story

    Wednesday May 16 | WBTV

    The former CEO of North Carolina's largest regional mental health agency has filed a countersuit to fight efforts to recover $1.7 million in severance pay which a new board of directors said he used for himself and other executives. The Winston-Salem Journal reports Richard Topping, the former head of Cardinal Innovations, filed his countersuit Tuesday in Mecklenburg County Superior Court.

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  3. North Carolina teachers demand better funding in large marchRead the original story

    Wednesday May 16 | NewsOn6 Tulsa

    Thousands of teachers filled the main street of North Carolina's capital Wednesday demanding better pay and more funding for public schools, hoping to achieve what other educators around the country accomplished by pressuring lawmakers for change. City blocks turned red, the color of shirts worn by marchers chanting "We care! We vote!" and "This is What Democracy Looks Like!" An estimated 19,000 people joined the march, according to the Downtown Raleigh Alliance, which based its number in part on aerial photos.

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  4. With teachers, new security, N Carolina legislature opensRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | Watauga Democrat

    The North Carolina General Assembly convened its annual work session Wednesday amid thousands of teachers descending on the Legislative Building to lobby for more school funding and higher salaries. The gavels fell on House and Senate floor meetings around midday during a day dominated by a morning march by teachers and their allies through downtown Raleigh, followed by an afternoon rally in front of the building that featured a speech by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper.

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  5. North Carolina editorial roundupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | Watauga Democrat

    On Wednesday as many as 20,000 North Carolina public school teachers are expected to deliver a simple math lesson to lawmakers: If you put less in, you get less out. The quality of a school and the success of its students are not only a function of money.

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  6. NC teachers seeking more resources fill Raleigh streets Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | Burlington Times News

    Educators demanding better pay and more resources filled the streets of North Carolina's capital city Wednesday with loud chants and the color red, continuing the trend of teachers around the country rising up to pressure lawmakers for change. Thousands of teachers from around the state marched through downtown to the Legislative Building, where the Republican-controlled legislature was starting its annual work session.

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  7. The Latest: Gov. Cooper speaks to thousands at rally Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | Burlington Times News

    The North Carolina General Assembly has opened its annual session as thousands of teachers descended on the Legislative Building in support of public school funding and teacher pay increases. Speaker Tim Moore and Lt.

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  8. The GOP's Ambitious College Reform PlanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | Wall Street Journal

    College administrators have barely had time to digest the full impact of tax reform, but they are already facing a new challenge as Washington weighs a major piece of legislation that could shake up the way higher education does business. The 1965 Higher Education Act, one of the brightest stars in Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society constellation, is due for reauthorization this year.

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  9. The Latest: Legislative session gaveled in among teachersRead the original story

    Wednesday May 16 | WMBF

    The North Carolina General Assembly has opened its annual session as thousands of teachers descended on the Legislative Building in support of public school funding and teacher pay increases. Speaker Tim Moore and Lt.

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  10. The Latest: Thousands gather for N. Carolina teacher rallyRead the original story

    Wednesday May 16 | WMBF

    North Carolina's Democratic governor is telling the thousands of teachers who came to Raleigh demanding higher pay and more education funding that if Republican lawmakers won't support them, they should be voted out of office. Gov. Roy Cooper spoke at Wednesday's "Rally for Respect," put on by the North Carolina Association of Educators.

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  11. Thousands of North Carolina teachers marched. Now what? Source: APRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | WPXI

    Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper had just cheered the packed block of red-clad teachers by urging his Republican rivals running North Carolina's legislature to pay more for public school upgrades and teacher salaries. "What are you prepared to do?" the woman in the red "RESPECT public education" T-shirt shouted into the microphone Wednesday afternoon.

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  12. Teachers turn up the heat: Thousands demand better fundingRead the original story

    Wednesday May 16 | The Daily Advance

    Hundreds of teachers from eastern North Carolina joined thousands of their peers from across the state to fill the main street of the state capital on Wednesday, demanding better pay and more funding for public schools from legislators. City blocks turned red, the color of shirts worn by marchers chanting "We care! We vote!" and "This is What Democracy Looks Like."

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  13. Thousands of North Carolina public school teachers march in RaleighRead the original story

    Wednesday May 16 | Yahoo!

    Protesters gather in the streets during a North Carolina public school teacher march and rally in Raleigh, N.C., May 16, 2018. The teachers are asking for high salaries and more school funding from the North Carolina legislature.

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  14. Thousands of teachers protest for more funding in N.C. capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | Boston.com

    Thousands of teachers filled the streets of North Carolina's capital Wednesday demanding better pay and more funding for public schools, continuing the trend of educators around the country rising up to pressure lawmakers for change. City blocks turned red, the color of shirts worn by the marchers, who carried signs and chanted ''We care! We vote!'' and ''This is What Democracy Looks Like!'' An estimated 19,000 people joined the march, according to the Downtown Raleigh Alliance, which drew from aerial photos.

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  15. Teachers Take School Funding Fight Straight To North Carolina's CapitolRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    The months-long wave of teacher protests, which has rolled through roughly half a dozen states already, swelled and crashed on the front stoop of North Carolina's Capitol building Wednesday. Demonstrators donned red and gathered in the capital, Raleigh, to demand better pay and better school funding.

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  16. VDOT offers technology tools and suggested detours ahead of West Virginia Interstate 77 pavingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | WOAY

    Using technology provided by the Virginia Department of Transportation and following a suggested detour instead of your GPS may save you time this summer on Interstate 77 northbound in Virginia. in West Virginia on I-77 north and southbound near the Virginia border.

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  17. 'A historic day:' After morning march, thousands of NC teachers kick off 'Rally for Respect'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | WRAL.com

    The North Carolina Association of Educators, the organization that organized the rally, estimated more than 20,000 people attended. Raleigh police did not immediately confirm the estimate.

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  18. North Carolina teachers want better pay and they're marching to fight for itRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | WHNT-TV Huntsville

    Jill Bellino is 2nd grade teacher at Odell Primary. "I work at an oil change place and a shoe store because I can't afford to live otherwise."

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  19. 'We vote!' North Carolina teachers demand raise in walkoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | Reuters

    Thousands of North Carolina teachers swarmed the state legislature on Wednesday to call for pay raises and more spending on schools, making the state the country's sixth to be roiled by educators demanding better funding. Hundreds of teachers in red T-shirts filled a spectators gallery and chanted "remember, remember, we vote in November" as the Republican-controlled General Assembly started its session.

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  20. North Carolina Teachers Protest For Increased Education FundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | The Daily Caller

    North Carolina teachers from all over the state gathered together on Wednesday to march for an increase in funds and resources so they can properly teach their students. Sporting red "Respect Public Education" t-shirts, thousands of teachers marched on downtown Raleigh to ask lawmakers to make changes so teachers will be better equipped to educate their students.

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