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Thank you for visiting teacherpaync.com. We are establishing a full-scale grassroots team that is passionate about the teacher pay issue here in North Carolina. There is a great deal more to come in the future months. In preparation for those future announcements, please sign-up below so that we can work together to make a difference for our teachers.

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  • @NWestAVL tweeted link to this page. 2014-04-29 16:22:34 -0400
    Join the grassroots team for #TeacherPayNC. I stand by the teachers in North Carolina. #ncpol #ncEd http://www.danforest.com/teacher_pay_nc?recruiter_id=6346
  • posted about this on Facebook 2014-04-29 16:22:34 -0400
    Join the grassroots team for #TeacherPayNC. I stand by the teachers in North Carolina. #ncpol #ncEd
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  • @mcmahonstevea tweeted link to this page. 2014-04-22 12:46:34 -0400
    Join the grassroots team for #TeacherPayNC. I stand by the teachers in North Carolina. #ncpol #ncEd http://www.danforest.com/teacher_pay_nc?recruiter_id=44922
  • posted about this on Facebook 2014-04-22 12:46:34 -0400
    Join the grassroots team for #TeacherPayNC. I stand by the teachers in North Carolina. #ncpol #ncEd
  • signed 2014-04-22 12:44:36 -0400
    Dan – we moved to North Carolina in 2005 due to the great teachers in our public schools. Sadly we are now evaluating moving out of North Carolina. As a very conservative voter, I would gladly pay more in taxes to increase our teacher salaries and improve the currently awful situation. Please keep us up to date and I am very hopeful this can be solved before our public schools become terrible.
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    Joseph Blackwood
  • signed 2014-02-28 20:56:28 -0500
    I feel that teacher assistants pau should also be increased. Teacher assistants are not given any credit for the work they do. The teacher assistants do every thing the teacher does with the exception of some meeetings and paperwork. In kindergarten and first grade the teacher assistant teaches as much as the teacher because the teacher assistant and teacher each have a station or center where they are required to teach a lesson the same as the teacher. An average teacher assistant only makes 20,000 a yr and 2 yr degree is required in mostly all schools and if you don’t have a degree you must have at least 48 college credits. They’re are people at McDonald’s without a degree that make more than 20,000 a yr. I feel that the state does not appreciate the Teacher assistants and realize the work they actually do!
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  • signed 2014-02-25 15:23:12 -0500
    My son attends Trinity Academy of Raleigh, a classical school where he has taken Latin and Bible since Kindergarten. I spoke with his K. teacher and she told me that Trinity teachers are paid much the same as public school teachers, without all the hassles of non-caring parents, those who can’t be involved. Every parent there is required to be involved. Otherwise the school wouldn’t make it. Teachers, consider a small private school if you are unhappy in public school. You won’t have to deal with the NCAE or other organizations.


    Also, I oppose Common Core for the simple reason that it holds kids back. The “standards” are far too low.
  • signed 2014-02-23 22:24:11 -0500
    We need fair & equitable pay for all teachers. Those with experience should be valued & compensated for that experience, not belittled. New teachers need to be able to support themselves. Pay should NOT be tied to inequitable standardized tests that are extremely limited in truly assessing overall student achievement & learning & a teacher’s overall contribution to his/ her school and students’ lives. Teachers should also be financially compensated for leadership roles & other extra roles within their school communities.
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