How NOT To Spend NC’s Half A Billion Dollar Surplus…

Excerpt By: Carolina Partnership for Reform. Written By: Bob Harris

 

With conservative economic reforms working, North Carolina now has a half-billion dollar budget surplus.

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Fair minds can debate what to do with an extra $550 million. Return it to taxpayers? More Rainy Day savings? Teacher raises? All of the above? More on that in the coming weeks.

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Here’s what legislators should NOT do: allow school bureaucrats to ignore the conservative majority’s order that class size go down in early grades.

The conservative majority passed a class size reduction. Remember?

But bureaucrats want to shift teacher money into other pet projects and claim art, music and physical education teachers have to be fired if the bureaucrats can’t stuff 24 kids in early grade classrooms so money can go into other things. Of course, the conservative majority will get the blame if class size goes up because they will have given bureaucrats the power to do it.

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