x force keygen autocad 2011 Thousands of North Carolina teachers took to the streets of Raleigh in May for a historic political march, but they didn't get much of what they wanted from state legislators this year.
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vampire bloodlines no cd crack 1.2 cracked laptop screen joke ▪ End "experienced educator pay discrimination." Legislators provided $12 million for raises for teachers who have at least 25 years experience, but NCAE complains that's only $700 more per year while bigger raises are going to less-experienced teachers.
baby cheese crackers recipe altera ip license crack ▪ "Significant" and "livable raises" for all public school employees. The principal pay schedule is going up 6.9 percent, and school support staff are getting a 2 percent raise. But NCAE complains these support personnel, such as cafeteria workers, custodians and teacher assistants, aren't included in the legislature's plan to raise the minimum salary for all state employees to $31,200.
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