Schools hurt by ‘exodus’

By Jim Holt

Staff Writer

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Decisions by the N.C. General Assembly this past legislative session are taking a toll on teachers in the Nash-Rocky Mount and Edgecombe County school districts, local educators said.

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none english speaking

stop the enrollment of the none English speaking and none Americans .then we would not need as many teachers and assistants to the assistants . there for we could then pay the teachers what they deserve . send them back before our kids are at there level . if you look at it the way it is in a lot of cases . each adult will bring in 2 to 3 children and most of time with one in the oven . something has got to change . before we end up like the place they came from . now this is just my opinion . I hope GQ don't end up with this comment . I am only saying what I think a lot of people are thinking .

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