Kristi Kallio, a high school media coordinator from Mooresville, gathers with more than 100 educators and support staff from across North Carolina for a rally at NCAE headquarters in downtown Raleigh on Wednesday, May 14. The educators then marched to the Capital along Fayetteville Street calling for funding for teacher pay on the opening day of the short session of the legislature.
Kristi Kallio, a high school media coordinator from Mooresville, gathers with more than 100 educators and support staff from across North Carolina for a rally at NCAE headquarters in downtown Raleigh on Wednesday, May 14. The educators then marched to the Capital along Fayetteville Street calling for funding for teacher pay on the opening day of the short session of the legislature. rwillett@newsobserver.com
Kristi Kallio, a high school media coordinator from Mooresville, gathers with more than 100 educators and support staff from across North Carolina for a rally at NCAE headquarters in downtown Raleigh on Wednesday, May 14. The educators then marched to the Capital along Fayetteville Street calling for funding for teacher pay on the opening day of the short session of the legislature. rwillett@newsobserver.com

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