North Carolina superintendents speak out against using public funds for private schooling

Feb. 27, 2013
65 district administrators urge state lawmakers not to create a two-tiered education system.

School superintendents in North Carolina are speaking out in opposition to any plan that would use public money to support private K-12 education. The Raleigh News & Observer says about 65 superintendents attended a meeting called by Republicans state legislators to give their opinions on proposed education policies and existing laws. Lawmakers are working on proposals that would allow the use of public money to pay tuition for students who leave public schools.

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