Business changes course on education

Mooneyham, Scott
September 2013
Business North Carolina;Sep2013, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p22
The article comments on the declining support of the business sector for the education needs of North Carolina. The state's budget eliminates funds that will be used to recruit 4,500 teaching-assistant workers. In addition, the local government also eliminates the voucher given to deserving children to attend private schools.


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