Around 22 percent of North Carolina's public school teachers are chronically absent each school year, resulting in money being spent on hiring substitutes and student learning being hurt.
Around 22 percent of North Carolina's public school teachers are chronically absent each school year, resulting in money being spent on hiring substitutes and student learning being hurt. News & Observer file photo
Around 22 percent of North Carolina's public school teachers are chronically absent each school year, resulting in money being spent on hiring substitutes and student learning being hurt. News & Observer file photo