More Videos

A drought helped set the stage for the Syrian War 1:41

A drought helped set the stage for the Syrian War

Fight continues over NC redistricting maps 1:53

Fight continues over NC redistricting maps

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct 0:55

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct

Toy shopping with Wolfpack football 1:15

Toy shopping with Wolfpack football

Chainsaws turn storm debris into wildlife art 0:54

Chainsaws turn storm debris into wildlife art

Can food stamps cover the costs of a healthy diet 0:28

Can food stamps cover the costs of a healthy diet

Top 10 plays from a sold-out #7 Greene Central at #10 Kinston boys basketball game 3:11

Top 10 plays from a sold-out #7 Greene Central at #10 Kinston boys basketball game

2017 Tar Heels of the Year: renowned chef and restaurateur, Ashley Christensen 4:10

2017 Tar Heels of the Year: renowned chef and restaurateur, Ashley Christensen

WRAL promotes its live coverage of the Raleigh Christmas Parade 0:16

WRAL promotes its live coverage of the Raleigh Christmas Parade

How UNC Rex is changing emergency mental health care 1:34

How UNC Rex is changing emergency mental health care

  • NCAE president says HB-13 only fixes funding problems for one year

    NCAE president Mark Jewell says House Bill 13 only fixes funding problems for one year following a Senate Education Committee review of HB-13 at the Legislative Office Building in Raleigh Monday April 24, 2017. House Bill 13 is legislation which school districts say needs to be passed to help save school arts and physical education programs.

NCAE president Mark Jewell says House Bill 13 only fixes funding problems for one year following a Senate Education Committee review of HB-13 at the Legislative Office Building in Raleigh Monday April 24, 2017. House Bill 13 is legislation which school districts say needs to be passed to help save school arts and physical education programs. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
NCAE president Mark Jewell says House Bill 13 only fixes funding problems for one year following a Senate Education Committee review of HB-13 at the Legislative Office Building in Raleigh Monday April 24, 2017. House Bill 13 is legislation which school districts say needs to be passed to help save school arts and physical education programs. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

A compromise saves classes, but more funding is the real answer

April 25, 2017 07:40 PM

UPDATED April 25, 2017 09:00 PM

More Videos

A drought helped set the stage for the Syrian War 1:41

A drought helped set the stage for the Syrian War

Fight continues over NC redistricting maps 1:53

Fight continues over NC redistricting maps

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct 0:55

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct

Toy shopping with Wolfpack football 1:15

Toy shopping with Wolfpack football

Chainsaws turn storm debris into wildlife art 0:54

Chainsaws turn storm debris into wildlife art

Can food stamps cover the costs of a healthy diet 0:28

Can food stamps cover the costs of a healthy diet

Top 10 plays from a sold-out #7 Greene Central at #10 Kinston boys basketball game 3:11

Top 10 plays from a sold-out #7 Greene Central at #10 Kinston boys basketball game

2017 Tar Heels of the Year: renowned chef and restaurateur, Ashley Christensen 4:10

2017 Tar Heels of the Year: renowned chef and restaurateur, Ashley Christensen

WRAL promotes its live coverage of the Raleigh Christmas Parade 0:16

WRAL promotes its live coverage of the Raleigh Christmas Parade

How UNC Rex is changing emergency mental health care 1:34

How UNC Rex is changing emergency mental health care

  • A drought helped set the stage for the Syrian War

    Stephen A. Cheney, a retired U.S. Marine Corps brigadier general and CEO of the American Security Project, argues that climate change in the form of a historic drought contributed to the Syrian War and the rise of ISIS.