Gov. Cooper vetoes terrible pay bill “The General Assembly continues to shortchange teachers and non-certified school personnel like cafeteria workers, bus drivers and teacher assistants, despite a robust economy and decent raises for other state employees,” Cooper said in a news release. “Educators deserve more if our schools are to remain competitive with other states … Continue reading Veto! Your pay is on the line. Urgent next steps.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA ADVISORY: High Point educators picket before school protesting state budget impasse Guilford County Schools educators lead picket line before school urging legislators to begin budget negotiations High Point -- Educators from High Point Central High and Ferndale Middle Schools in Guilford County will hold a picket line on the public sidewalk … Continue reading High Point educators picket before school protesting state budget impasse
Greetings and welcome back! We hope you squeezed everything good out of summer, and are ready to get busy! You have probably heard the NC General Assembly still has not passed a budget. On June 28, Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed the terrible conference budget proposed by the Republican-controlled House and Senate. On July 9, Cooper … Continue reading Welcome back! Did you hear we’re winning???
We'd like to remind Rep. Cecil Brockman that he publicly supported these 5 NCAE priority issues on May 1st: -Provide $15 minimum wage for all school personnel, 5% raise for all ESPs (non-certified staff), teachers, admin, and a 5% cost of living adjustment for retirees -Provide enough school librarians, psychologists, social workers, counselors, nurses, and … Continue reading Rep. Brockman: Keep your promise to public schools. Uphold the veto.
Greetings Commissioners, Attached you will find a copy of our spring petition. It references the 5 priority issues we brought to the NC General Assembly on May 1 of this year. Provide $15 minimum wage for all school personnel, 5% raise for all ESPs (non-certified staff), teachers, admin, and a 5% cost of living adjustment … Continue reading Open Letter to the Guilford County Commissioners Regarding the Local Budget Vote