The historic strikes and protests by teachers across the country aren’t over
Thousands of teachers rallied outside the General Assembly in Raleigh, N.C., on May 16, 2018, seeking a political showdown over wages and funding for public school classrooms. (Gerry Broome/AP)

Then educators worked hard to keep education at the forefront of last November’s general election, and through our advocacy, dozens of pro-public-education candidates were elected across the state. We helped break the eight-year Republican supermajority in the General Assembly, a body that was responsible for much of the education policy we marched against. We demonstrated our collective power and won big for our schools and for our children. But we’re not done yet.

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Our Strength, Our Task, Our Future
Brittney is going to Raleigh because the NCGA doesn't support our schools.

Many of you have been thoughtfully asking, prodding, debating online, what are we going to do on May 16? And more importantly, what comes next? As the NCAE Organize 2020 Caucus, we’ve been exploring these same questions since our founding in 2013. We were inspired by the powerful organizing and social justice focus of the […]

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