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In past months, NC New Schools racked up a million dollars in debt. The organization borrowed $500,000 in a line of credit from Wells Fargo Bank, and another half-million to outfit its new office in Research Triangle Park.

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N.C. Report Card

The News & Observer, the Charlotte Observer and McClatchy assessed the state of North Carolina as the Nov. 8 election approaches, with a particular focus on 20 measures of how the state is doing compared to previous years and compared to Georgia, Virginia and the rest of the nation. This week, The N&O looks at the state of North Carolina’s economy.

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N.C. Report Card

The News & Observer, the Charlotte Observer and McClatchy assessed the state of North Carolina as the Nov. 8 election approaches, with a particular focus on 20 measures of how the state is doing compared to previous years and compared to Georgia, Virginia and the rest of the nation. This week, The N&O looks at the state of North Carolina’s education.

Percent of population 25 and over with a bachelor's degree or higher

North Carolina has been gaining on Georgia and the national average in the past 25 years, but is still behind Virginia.

Source: US Census

Percent of population 25 and over with a high school diploma or higher

North Carolina has exceeded Georgia's rate and made solid gains on Virginia and the national average in the past 25 years.

Source: US Census

Average SAT scores

The Tar Heel State has slipped a bit in the past 10 years, but has approached the national average.

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

Average teacher salary

North Carolina, never among the nation's leaders, began to slip further behind about seven years ago and trails the national average by nearly $10,000. (In 2015 dollars)

Source: National Education Association

Per student spending

While not a measure of quality, spending can be an indicator of priorities. North Carolina remains faar behind the national average. (In 2015 dollars, Public schools K-12)

Source: National Education Association

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