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31193
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North Carolina's public school classroom teachers now have a new high salary, estimated at $4,975. However, compared to the per captia income for the state, it is little better than comparative figures from two fifteen years ago.
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31192
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A new proposal argues that states should allow tax credits for general purpose contributions to private colleges and universities in order to maintain the dual system of higher education and the interest of public economy.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 21 Issue 1, May 1963, p7-8, 31-32, por
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31199
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About 9800 acres of cabbage, valued at $2 million, were grown in North Carolina in 1961. But there has been difficulty for some cabbage growers in getting sufficient hand labor, about 160 man-hours now required to produce an acre of cabbage. Therefore, agricultural engineers at North Carolina State College are developing a mechanical harvester that should cut the number of hours required to produce cabbage.
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31195
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The idea of free public schools found favor with North Carolina legislators as early as the eighteenth century. Ordered by the Colonial General Assembly in May of 1760 during the administration of Royal Governor Arthur Dobbs in address to King George II, free public schools had a sympathetic interest early in North Carolina's history.
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31194
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More than 412,000 people in North Carolina are now getting old-age, survivors, and disability insurance through the Federal Social Security program. This amounts to approximately $262.8 million a year, and this was an increase of about 12.3 percent of the past year.
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