Members of the Durham Association of Educators joke around before the Chapel Hill-Carrboro school board meeting on Thursday, May 3. The DAE members attended the meeting to support Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School teachers, who asked the school board to cancel classes May 16 so they could go to Raleigh to lobby lawmakers for better working conditions and pay. The board unanimously approved the request.
Members of the Durham Association of Educators joke around before the Chapel Hill-Carrboro school board meeting on Thursday, May 3. The DAE members attended the meeting to support Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School teachers, who asked the school board to cancel classes May 16 so they could go to Raleigh to lobby lawmakers for better working conditions and pay. The board unanimously approved the request. Greg Childress
Members of the Durham Association of Educators joke around before the Chapel Hill-Carrboro school board meeting on Thursday, May 3. The DAE members attended the meeting to support Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School teachers, who asked the school board to cancel classes May 16 so they could go to Raleigh to lobby lawmakers for better working conditions and pay. The board unanimously approved the request. Greg Childress

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