In NCAE:Time for a Closer Look, Part I we examined the growing influence of socialism within NCAE’s ranks, the renewed emphasis on organizing to enhance their political efforts ... Keep Reading
NC teacher pay 30th; when cost-of-living included, 26th
The National Education Association’s (NEA) Annual Rankings of States and Estimates of School Statistics was released yesterday. North Carolina ranked 30th for average teacher ... Keep Reading
NCAE: the voice of public school teachers?
Yesterday The Raleigh News and Observer ran an article titled, North Carolina teachers may go on strike for higher pay and Medicaid expansion. Strike talk for public ... Keep Reading
NCAE continues to lose members and revenue; shouldn’t someone ask: why?
The North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) is the largest teacher’s union in North Carolina. The organization calls itself “the voice of educators in North Carolina.” NCAE ... Keep Reading
The NEA’s radical agenda: coming to a school near you
Peel back the veil of the NCAE and NEA and you will see a radical leftist agenda at work A look at the NEA’s adopted motions from its 2019 national assembly reveals just how ... Keep Reading
More Bad News for NCAE
Mike Antonucci, veteran union reporter on The74 and elsewhere recently released his annual figures on changes in National Education Association (NEA) and NEA state affiliate ... Keep Reading
Does NCAE Help or Harm?
NCAE is a state affiliate of the National Education Association NCAE works to sow division among educational stakeholders NCAE opposes school choice and other education ... Keep Reading
Red4EdNC and the Declaration Dud
Most teachers take summers off, but the teachers behind Red4EdNC continue to pressure the General Assembly for more funding for traditional public schools. I’m a teacher at a ... Keep Reading
NCAE: questions on the horizon
On May 16th close to 19,000 teachers and educators came to Raleigh to lobby legislators for higher teacher salaries and additional funding for public education. The rally, ... Keep Reading
NC Improves in Teacher Pay Rankings
NEA’s Rankings & Estimates for 2016 and 2017 was released earlier today. According to the document, North Carolina’s average teacher salary for 2017 was $49,837, good for 35th ... Keep Reading