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on Thursday, March 17, with the annual NCAE Awards Banquet at the Marriott Raleigh City Center Hotel.
Miss North Carolina, fully decked out in her official crown and sash, came to the NCAE Center recently to greet and take photos with the famous cat in honor of Read Across America Day.
NCAE was pleased to hear Governor Perdue say she will not cut any state-supported teacher or teacher assistant positions.
But even with victory at the state level, NCAE will continue to be vigilant to ensure that the General Assembly's work is not undermined at the local or federal levels.
Standing up for those views is the very reason NCAE initiated this lawsuit.
The report is available at the NCAE Web site at www.
As long as there are issues that affect education, NCAE will be the voice that unites, organizes, and empowers members to be advocates for themselves, their schools, and the children we serve.
This year, I am asking delegates to focus on remaining positive, proactive and agile," said NCAE President Sheri Strickland.
Raleigh, NC -NCAE sought and won a temporary restraining order today against the State of North Carolina for the legislation enacted last week that prohibits NCAE from collecting voluntary dues through payroll deduction.
WHAT :Press Conference - NCAE Responds to Action to Eliminate Payroll Dues deduction
this morning, the General Assembly voted to eliminate NCAE's ability to collect dues though payroll deduction," said NCAE President Sheri Strickland at a press conference held today at the NCAE Center.
19, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "We know that our public schools are suffering because of job cuts and lay-offs due to the budget adopted by the General Assembly, and the state unemployment report releases today reinforces that our schools are being hardest hit in these difficult times," said NCAE President Sheri Strickland.