A bill that could silence teachers
One provision, however, could punish teachers for protesting in favor of better classrooms and resources
Last week, a group of three dozen teachers marched in Raleigh in an effort to draw attention to the appalling lack of basic educational materials available in their classrooms. When Governor McCrory refused to meet with them, 14 of these dedicated educators were arrested for sitting down in the street in protest. Under a new Senate bill, teachers who are arrested for failure to disperse could potentially lose their teaching licenses.
Big Education Ape: North Carolina Teachers Arrested After 20-Mile March To Governor's Office - http://bigeducationape.blogspot.com/2016/06/north-carolina-teachers-arrested-after.html