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June 14, 2014 12:00 AM

N.C. teacher exodus is also about development

From Mary Ellis, Superintendent of Union County Public Schools: Education in North Carolina is under siege. Many teachers are leaving the state to teach in neighboring states after being faced with years of stagnant pay, the elimination of pay increases for advanced degrees, and the ending of career status.

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