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NC Governor Releases 2023-2025 Budget Proposal

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper released his office’s 2023-2025 state budget proposal, entitled “First in Opportunity,” on Wednesday, signaling the beginning of the formal state budget process. The proposal makes major investments in education, including $4.5 billion to fully fund years 2,3,4, and 5 of the Leandro Comprehensive Remedial Plan, as well as significant employee pay increases.

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State Superintendent Catherine Truitt

State Superintendent Announces Principal Pay Fix

State Superintendent Catherine Truitt plans to provide $4.5 million from federal COVID relief funds to address a principal pay issue contained in the 2022 state budget, according to a statement released by the NC Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) on Wednesday.

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NCASA" Katherine Joyce addresses the education subcommittee chaired by Rep. John Torbett (R-Gaston)

NCASA Presents To Lawmakers On Principal Role

The NC Association of School Administrators (NCASA) shared suggestions on how the state could better support our school principals on Monday during a presentation to the House Select Committee on An Education System for North Carolina’s Future.

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