CMAE president Erlene Lyde talks to the press about the current state of education in North Carolina schools during an education rally organized by the nonprofit Aim Higher Now on June 14, 2015. The nonprofit rallied to bring attention to what parents and teachers describe as the state legislatures failure to give adequate priority to the schools.
CMAE president Erlene Lyde talks to the press about the current state of education in North Carolina schools during an education rally organized by the nonprofit Aim Higher Now on June 14, 2015. The nonprofit rallied to bring attention to what parents and teachers describe as the state legislatures failure to give adequate priority to the schools. Dillon Deaton ddeaton@charlotteobserver.com
CMAE president Erlene Lyde talks to the press about the current state of education in North Carolina schools during an education rally organized by the nonprofit Aim Higher Now on June 14, 2015. The nonprofit rallied to bring attention to what parents and teachers describe as the state legislatures failure to give adequate priority to the schools. Dillon Deaton ddeaton@charlotteobserver.com

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