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June 3, 2014 9:49 AM

Wake to hike teacher-pay supplement to highest in NC, but critics question size and source

Wake County’s Board of Commissioners agreed Monday to raise teachers’ local pay without raising taxes for the hike. Wake County will raise its teacher-pay supplement from the second-highest in the state to the highest. Monday night, many teachers and parents said the proposal didn’t go far enough.

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