N.C. teacher pay stranded by shifts in education laws

Matthew Zalaznick's picture
Tuesday, August 20, 2013

As Courtlyn Reeves, a 25-year-old math teacher at North Mecklenburg High, begins his fourth year of teaching, he’s looking at a frozen salary that’s becoming less competitive with other states.

He had started work on a master’s degree that would have earned him a 10-percent raise, but the state just eliminated extra pay for advanced degrees.

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