Sending out messages of why they got into teaching, first year educators (from left) Nicole Rindos, Kaitlin Murphy, and Samantha Morakis fly paper airplanes to one another as part of a class exercise in this 2015 Wake County symposium for beginning teachers. North Carolina has historically been backlogged processing teacher licensure applications.
Sending out messages of why they got into teaching, first year educators (from left) Nicole Rindos, Kaitlin Murphy, and Samantha Morakis fly paper airplanes to one another as part of a class exercise in this 2015 Wake County symposium for beginning teachers. North Carolina has historically been backlogged processing teacher licensure applications. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo
Sending out messages of why they got into teaching, first year educators (from left) Nicole Rindos, Kaitlin Murphy, and Samantha Morakis fly paper airplanes to one another as part of a class exercise in this 2015 Wake County symposium for beginning teachers. North Carolina has historically been backlogged processing teacher licensure applications. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo

Some NC teachers have had to wait 6 months to get hired. That’s too long, audit says.

January 09, 2018 02:55 PM