Speaker Moore Thanks Teachers, Reaffirms ‘Teacher Appreciation Agenda’ in NC

Raleigh, N.C. –  In recognition of National Teacher Appreciation Week, North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) released a statement Monday thanking educators and reaffirming the General Assembly’s commitment to continue raising  teacher salaries statewide in the 2017 legislative budget:

“Thank you to all North Carolina teachers for your immeasurable contribution and tireless efforts impacting the lives of our students, ensuring the success of our schools and improving the quality of education systems across our state,” said Moore.

“The North Carolina House will maintain its teacher appreciation agenda in 2017 by building on the nation’s fastest growing teacher pay since 2014, keeping public school investments a priority and passing education reforms to boost student achievement at every grade level.”  

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