N.C. bills would weaken or eliminate teacher tenure

04/10/2013 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

Members of the North Carolina House of Representatives are considering legislation to weaken teacher tenure, while a state Senate committee has approved a bill eliminating tenure altogether. Under the Senate version, tenure for teachers would be phased out statewide by 2018. Instead of tenure, teachers would enter into contracts for between one and four years.

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