Wake Board of Ed Public Comments Choreographed by Wake NCAE

Following up from yesterday’s article where we found out Keith Sutton thinks he’s the same as Eric Garner somehow, it was pointed out to me that the public comments section was choreographed by the Wake NCAE.

From the Wake NCAE website:

    • Join us for our “We HEART the WCPSS Board of Education” Campaign! On Tuesday, December 2, the Wake County Board of Education unanimously approved a one-time bonus in the amount of $1,250 for non-certified employees. These employees, including teacher assistants, bus drivers, clerical staff, and custodians among others were singled out by the NC General Assembly and had received only $500 pay bump. It is important that local elected officials, like the members of the WCPSS BOE, are willing to step in. And it’s important for public school workers to let our elected officials know that we’re grateful for their efforts.Here are the three things we are doing to show our appreciation:
      1) Take pictures of your coworkers holding our “We HEART the WCPSS Board of Education” signs, thanking the School Board for their actions on behalf of non-certified staff. You can find the signs here
      2) Post those images to social media. Be sure to tag WCPSS and use the hashtag:#WeHeartWCPSSBOE
      3) Join us on Tuesday, December 16 at the WCPSS Board meeting. The meeting begins at 5:30, so please try to arrive between 5:00 and 5:15 to make sure that you have a seat.
      Spread the word about our campaign with this poster.

 

Narrative keanuAt least they are consistent… MOAR MONEY!!! Because… DUES!!!

Wake County has one of the highest supplemental pay rates for teacher in the state, by the way folks.  Hit Daily Haymaker for a real eye-opener on education spending and the return of the BlueprintNC attacks.

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A.P. Dillon is a freelance journalist and is currently writing at The North State Journal. She resides in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Find her on Twitter: @APDillon_
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