North Carolina governor finds more money for poor schools

10/7/2004 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

To comply with last July's North Carolina high court order that North Carolina provide more money for its poor districts, Gov. Mike Easley has ordered that $10 million in additional state funding be spent to recruit and train teachers as well as reduce class size. As a result of Easley's move, $22 million has been spent so far toward satisfying the court order, which some believe could ultimately cost the state more than $200 million.

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