N.C. school board voices opposition to state's tenure law

A North Carolina district's school board has adopted a resolution asking the state legislature to strike down a law that weakens teachers' tenure. Under the measure, school districts are required to offer a quarter of their teachers bonuses and four-year contracts in exchange for giving up tenure. Even as it voices its opposition to the law, the Durham Public Schools Board of Education adopted a procedure to comply with it.

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