Source greensboro.com On Tuesday, Take Back Our Schools was calling for district leaders to reopen school board meetings to the public and to allow residents to share their comments in person again rather than by email.
“To me, that’s a problem,” said White, adding that she stays because she worries about what would happen to students. Monica White, a teacher assistant at Cone Elementary, said she has a college degree and 21 years of experience working with students — but she’s making about $22,000 a year.
Nearby, was a group called Take Back Our Schools. The conservative-leaning group, which is currently recruiting candidates to run for the school board, has mobilized around a variety of issues, including opposing a district discipline policy change in 2019. One was the Guilford County Association of Educators, which was calling for a 5% salary increase across the board for all public school employees and everyone to make at least $15 an hour.
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