Despite claims, many may not actually qualify for licenses under HB 786
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North Carolina legislators have considered a number of proposals to enact voucher-like schemes to transfer public money to private schools in recent years.
Suspicionless mandatory drug testing would place additional financial burdens on struggling families...
Report: Senate budget shorts education, vital economic structuresBudget includes tax cuts for wealthy, harms lower- and middle-class North Carolinians
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By Matthew Ellinwood – Policy Analyst, Education & Law Project
· Voucher programs do not improve student achievement: in education systems that have...
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UNEMPLOYMENT: Four bills could help unemployed workers across NC
As the May 16th "cross-over" deadline for legislative action approaches, it has never been more urgent...
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