Wake County school leaders warned Tuesday that the state’s elimination of funding for driver’s education could endanger public safety and will lead to higher costs for parents and taxpayers to fund the required program. A 2011 file photo shows Alexandria Hurley, then 14, learning to drive under the supervision of Jordan Driving School instructor Thomas Hunter in Apex.
Wake County school leaders warned Tuesday that the state’s elimination of funding for driver’s education could endanger public safety and will lead to higher costs for parents and taxpayers to fund the required program. A 2011 file photo shows Alexandria Hurley, then 14, learning to drive under the supervision of Jordan Driving School instructor Thomas Hunter in Apex. 2011 file photo
Wake County school leaders warned Tuesday that the state’s elimination of funding for driver’s education could endanger public safety and will lead to higher costs for parents and taxpayers to fund the required program. A 2011 file photo shows Alexandria Hurley, then 14, learning to drive under the supervision of Jordan Driving School instructor Thomas Hunter in Apex. 2011 file photo

Garner disagrees with GA’s decision to stop funding driver’s education

December 23, 2014 2:58 PM