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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    State Rep. Charles Jeter, R-Huntersville helps students Jayshene Mincy, 9, Mohammed al-Fuqaha, 9, and Jeytmarc Trillos Contre, 10, while teaching in the 4th grade classroom of Weslyn Snuggs at Stoney Creek Elementary School in Charlotte on Thursday. Jeter is preparing to return to Raleigh on May 14 for the start of the short legislative session. During this yearÕs session, a number of key education issues are expected to be discussed and potentially voted upon. The issues that top the list are teacher compensation and the debate surrounding the implementation of Common Core State Standards (Common Core). Jeter recently met with a number of teachers at Stoney Creek to discuss their issues and concerns, after which he accepted the opportunity to teach for a day. He believes that meeting with teachers and being in the classroom will help him make informed decisions on education issues as he goes into the short session. His House District 92 encompasses the western edge of Mecklenburg County and includes parts of Charlotte, Pineville and Huntersville.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    State Rep. Charles Jeter, R-Huntersville, helps Trinity Stephenson, 9, while teaching in the 4th grade classroom of Weslyn Snuggs at Stoney Creek Elementary School in Charlotte on Thursday. Jeter is preparing to return to Raleigh on May 14 for the start of the short legislative session. During this yearÕs session, a number of key education issues are expected to be discussed and potentially voted upon.Jeter recently met with a number of teachers at Stoney Creek to discuss their issues and concerns, after which he accepted the opportunity to teach for a day. He believes that meeting with teachers and being in the classroom will help him make informed decisions on education issues as he goes into the short session.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    State Rep. Charles Jeter, R-Huntersville, high fives Jacob Neal, 9, after helping him with classwork while teaching in the 4th grade classroom of Weslyn Snuggs at Stoney Creek Elementary School in Charlotte on Thursday.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    State Rep. Charles Jeter, R-Huntersville, helps Trinity Stephenson, 9, while teaching in the 4th grade classroom of Weslyn Snuggs at Stoney Creek Elementary School in Charlotte.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    State Rep. Charles Jeter, R-Huntersville, sits at left as he helps teach in the 4th grade classroom of Weslyn Snuggs (right) at Stoney Creek Elementary School in Charlotte on Thursday.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    State Rep. Charles Jeter, R-Huntersville high fives student Jeytmarc Trillos Contre, 10, (far right) as he helps students Jayshene Mincy, 9, Mohammed al-Fuqaha, 9, and Contre while teaching in the 4th grade classroom of Weslyn Snuggs at Stoney Creek Elementary School in Charlotte on Thursday. Jeter recently met with a number of teachers at Stoney Creek to discuss their issues and concerns, after which he accepted the opportunity to teach for a day. He believes that meeting with teachers and being in the classroom will help him make informed decisions on education issues as he goes into the short session.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    State Rep. Charles Jeter, R-Huntersville, helps Trinity Stephenson, 9, while teaching in the 4th grade classroom of Weslyn Snuggs at Stoney Creek Elementary School in Charlotte on Thursday.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    State Rep. Charles Jeter, R-Huntersville, high fives Devante Davis, 10, after helping him with classwork while teaching in the 4th grade classroom of Weslyn Snuggs at Stoney Creek Elementary School.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    State Rep. Charles Jeter, R-Huntersville, helps Jacob Neal, 9, while teaching in the 4th grade classroom of Weslyn Snuggs at Stoney Creek Elementary School.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    State Rep. Charles Jeter, R-Huntersville, helps Jermaine Stuckey, 10, with a math problem while teaching in the 4th grade classroom of Weslyn Snuggs at Stoney Creek Elementary School in Charlotte on Thursday.
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