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- Iredell elementary sub charged for being drunk on the job
- Transylvania County teacher arrested on rape and indecent liberties charges
- Chatham County Schools elementary teacher faces assault charge
- Cumberland schools teaching assistant arrested for assault on disabled student
- Fayetteville-area girls basketball coach arrested on sex charges
- Former Montgomery County teacher indicted by Grand Jury for sex crime charges
- Charter school employee arrested for sex crimes
- Former China Grove elementary teacher convicted of sex crime charges
- Tyrell high school teacher facing multiple sex crimes charges
- Former Caldwell schools teacher charged with taking indecent liberties
Tag Archives: Wake County
One of the owners of the Goddard School Raleigh was arrested last week stemming from accusations involving a statutory sex offense with a five-year-old child. Continue reading
A teacher who has been with the same Wake County area school for around 20 years has been arrested on various sex crimes charges involving students. Continue reading
In February of this year, a 3 judge panel from the 4th Circuit Court of appeals threw out the congressional district voting maps just weeks before the state’s primary election. Maps that had passed muster through multiple challenges were now null. … Continue reading
Cumberland County Schools is upset that their teacher salary supplement isn’t as big as Wake County’s.
So, the narrative we’ve heard from various sources is that North Carolina doesn’t pay it’s teacher enough. The untold part of that narrative is that the teacher supplemental pay is set by the individual districts.
Ok, so the teachers in Cumberland have a smaller supplement. The county sets that, so why not raise it? They have no problem paying their Superintendent generously, after all.
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The UNC Charlotte Urban Institute has an article up at the PR Firm, EducationNC called, “Mapping NC student grade-level and subject proficiency by district, 2013-14”
I’m looking at this article from the perspective of a ‘setting of the stage’ prior to the release of the 2014-15 scores.
There is a breakout by district of reading proficiency percentages based on the Common Core aligned North Carolina EOG (End of Grade) test.
The article is preceded by a big map of the state with sliding menu items to look at various data points. One data point they have under the map is stagnant: STATEWIDE: 60.2%
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