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Shortchanging Public Education


Last updated 1/22/2020 at 3:47pm

For the past three years, Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and the Republican-led General Assembly have sparred over whether or not enough money is being spent on public education. Cooper has asked the state to spend more money while the Republican leaders, such as Senate leader Phil Berger, have said the state spends enough.

Two recent reports state North Carolina is not spending enough money on public education. Late last year, independent consultant WestEd released a nearly 300-page report entitled “Sound Basic Education for All: An Action Plan for North Carolina.” In that report, the con...

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