RALEIGH — During last year’s legislative session, quite a bit of debate occurred regarding the real effects of budget-cutting on the public schools.
Legislative Republicans argued that they were increasing public school spending; Democrats said increases were not keeping up with inflation and rising student enrollment.
By the time the General Assembly adjourned, both sides were wagging their fingers, essentially saying, “We’ll see.”
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