The Transylvania Times -

Harming Small Schools


September 21, 2017

Sometimes seemingly small decisions can have major impacts. One such decision made by the North Carolina General Assembly this summer involves the way principal salaries are determined.

North Carolina recently held the dubious distinction of ranking 50th in the nation in principal salaries, putting us behind all of the usual statistical bottom dwellers. Instead of just increasing pay across the board for principals, the General Assembly decided to reconfigure the way in which principals are paid. In the past, principals were paid based on the number of staff in their school and their years...

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