What should we expect – and how should we take action – after the 2016 election? Local leaders weigh in.
NC General Assembly
Rep. Graig Meyer (D- 50) is chronicling his bipartisan efforts regarding schools.
Three major, and controversial, decisions have been made in the North Carolina General Assembly this past weekend: the Senate’s new spending plan, teacher pay raises, and the fracking bill.
“… the educators made it clear that their voices hadn’t been heard.”
“While the General Assembly talks about recruiting and retaining teachers, they have to remember there is a third ‘R.’ That is respecting teachers,” Meyer said.Read More
Chapel Hill and Carrboro’s mayoral candidates are running unopposed this year, but they say the real challenges will come from state leaders in Raleigh.Read More
At 5:30, protesters will set out for the State Capitol….Read More