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31178
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In an annual bulletin published by the National Education Association, North Carolina drops rank from 30 to 34 among the states in a comparison of the average salary paid public school instructional personnel. Despite a massive infusion of state support to raise the average salary, the state rank droops back to where it was several years in lagging to keep up with other state salary averages.
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38239
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Governor Roy Cooper’s agenda includes capitalizing on the recent economic upswing that complements what the governor defines as the state’s strengths: absence of unions, low tax rates, focus on education. His cited strengths include greater bipartisan support, helping to partially eradicate HB2, and supporting the increase of teacher salaries and per-pupil spending.