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Rally for Respect, March for Students
  On May 16, we marched for students, we rallied for respect, and we advocated for public schools.  We had a sea of #Red4Ed on Jones Street.
Working Outside the Classroom
Educators shouldn't have to work multiple jobs, but many do. NCAE takes a look at several members from around the state who shared their struggle to work part-time jobs, in addition to their education job, to be able to make ends meet.

Our Core Values are for you.

An equitable, quality public education for every child.

We value equal access to a quality public education that is adequately and equitably funded. We value a just society that respects the worth, dignity and equality of every individual. We value an informed membership that works collectively to advance and protect the rights, benefits and interests of education professionals and promote quality public education. We value partnerships with parents, families and communities, as well as coalitions with other stakeholders because they are essential to quality public education and student success. We value the expertise and judgment of educational professionals and believe it is critical for student success. We maintain the highest professional standards and expect the status, compensation and respect due all professionals. We value a collaborative community of members and staff who share the responsibility of achieving NCAE’s goals.

Mission Statement –
To be the voice of educators in North Carolina that unites, organizes and empowers members to be advocates for education professionals, public education and children.