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Check out the tweets from the State Board of Ed

A lot of good folks are providing excellent, up-to-the-minute coverage of the State Board of Education hearing todayat which county school superintendents are speaking up on the reality they confront. It sounds like the shortsighted budget-cutting policies of the General Assembly are being raked over the coals.

Check out  https://twitter.com/Fitzsimon,  https://twitter.com/SarahOvaska, https://twitter.com/NC_Children,  https://twitter.com/ProgressNow_NC and   https://twitter.com/nckidscountjust to name a few.

 

 

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