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NCAE in the News

Here you will find news clips about the work of the Association, positions taken by our state leaders, and the engagement of local affiliates and members.
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October 3-9, 2021

September 26-October 2, 2021

Editorial penned by NCAE members Kenya Donaldson and John deVille. This is the coverage the editorial has received since being printed.

Weds. 9/29: Anson Record: Sewer flies, mice and mold. Our schools need help now.
Weds. 9/29: Jacksonville Daily News: School buildings with termites, sewer flies and mold. Are lawmakers visiting?
Weds. 9/29: New Bern Sun Journal: School buildings with termites, sewer flies and mold. Are lawmakers visiting?
Weds.  9/29: Kinston Free Press: School buildings with termites, sewer flies and mold. Are lawmakers visiting?
Weds. 9/29: Fayetteville Observer: School buildings with termites, sewer flies and mold. Are lawmakers visiting?
Weds. 9/29: Gaston Gazette: School buildings with termites, sewer flies and mold. Are lawmakers visiting?
Weds. 9/29: Shelby Star: School buildings with termites, sewer flies and mold. Are lawmakers visiting?
Weds. 9/29: Wilmington Star News: School buildings with termites, sewer flies and mold. Are lawmakers visiting?
Weds. 9/29: Smoky Mountain News: Sewer flies, mice and mold; schools need help
Weds. 9/29: Rocky Mount Telegram: Kenya Donaldson and John DeVille: Schools plagued with sewer flies, mice, mold
Weds. 9/29: Elizabeth City Daily Advance: Kenya Donaldson and John DeVille: Schools plagued with sewer flies, mice, mold
Weds. 9/29: Greenville Daily Reflector: Kenya Donaldson and John DeVille: Schools plagued with sewer flies, mice, mold
Mon. 9/27: Raleigh News & Observer: Sewer flies, mice and mold. Too many NC schools are in need of help now.
Mon. 9/27: Charlotte Observer: Sewer flies, mice and mold. Too many NC schools are in need of help now.
Mon. 9/27: Durham Herald Sun: Sewer flies, mice and mold. Too many NC schools are in need of help now.
Sun. 9/26: Concord / Kannapolis Independent Tribune: School buildings with termites, sewer flies & mold. Are lawmakers visiting?
Sat. 9/25: Greensboro News & Record: Termites, Sewer Flies & Mold... In Our Schools

September 19-25, 2021

September 12-18, 2021

September 5-11, 2021

Op-Ed Roundup -- NCAE Members Dee Grissett and Diane Mitchell

Wed. 9/08: Salisbury Post: "North Carolina faces critical teacher shortage" (Rowan Co.)

Wed. 9/08: Fayetteville Observer: "2 teachers from Hoke, Robeson: Teacher shortages hurt students, state politicians can fix it" - (Cumberland Co.)

Tues. 9/07: Washington Daily News: "Politicians hurt students with a teacher shortage; they must fix this now with a better state budget" (Beaufort Co.)

Mon. 9/06: Richmond Co. Daily Journal: Politicians hurt students with a teacher shortage. They must fix this now with a better state budget.(Richmond Co.)

Sun. 9/05: Greensboro News & Record:Politicians hurt students with a teacher shortage(Guilford)

Sun. 9/05: Kannapolis / Concord Independent Tribune:Diane Mitchell and Dee Grissett: Politicians hurt students with a teacher shortage(Cabarrus)

Sat. 9/04: Greenville Daily Reflector:Teacher shortage hurting students, state budget could help(Pitt)

Sat. 9/04: Rocky Mt. Telegram:Teacher shortage hurting students, state budget could help(Nash / Edgecombe)

Sat. 9/04: Elizabeth City Daily Advance:Teacher shortage hurting students, state budget could help(Pasquotank)

Fri. 9/03: Lumberton Robesonian:Politicians hurt students with teacher shortage; they must fix this with better state budget(Robeson)

Wed. 9/01:  WRAL/CBC:Politicians hurt students with teacher shortage. Fix it with better state budget(NC's most viewed news site)

Wed. 9/01: Raeford News Journal: Politicians Must Fix Schools State Budget(Hoke)

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