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  • Does state budget leave some teachers in jeopardy?

    The proposed state budget would prevent school districts from using teacher assistant money to pay for hundreds of teachers. Darren Graci, a teacher at Apex Elementary in Wake County is one of hundreds of teachers statewide who could no longer be funded out of teacher assistant dollars under restrictions in the proposed state budget.

The proposed state budget would prevent school districts from using teacher assistant money to pay for hundreds of teachers. Darren Graci, a teacher at Apex Elementary in Wake County is one of hundreds of teachers statewide who could no longer be funded out of teacher assistant dollars under restrictions in the proposed state budget. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
The proposed state budget would prevent school districts from using teacher assistant money to pay for hundreds of teachers. Darren Graci, a teacher at Apex Elementary in Wake County is one of hundreds of teachers statewide who could no longer be funded out of teacher assistant dollars under restrictions in the proposed state budget. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

NC budget leaves hundreds of teacher jobs uncertain

September 16, 2015 7:41 PM