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NCAE North Carolina Association of Educators

News Bulletin

October 2018

Vol. 49, No. 3

www.ncae.org

Your Vote, Your Voice...

VOTE Make Yours Count on Nov. 6 #NCAEVotes

#InThisTogether


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We Have An Opportunity to Make a Change on November 6! In less than 60 days, the sixmonth journey that began on May 16 will conclude in the voting booth. We have, on November 6, the opportunity to reverse the backward trend that lawmakers have imposed on North Carolina for the past eight years and return as a state that was once an education Mark Jewell President mecca! Turnout for this election is critical. Not only are we electing members of the General Assembly, but we have a chance to elect a stronger majority of pro-public education judges to the NC Supreme Court and the NC Court of Appeals; candidates who have committed to advocating on behalf of every child and supporting public education. It’s also important to keep in mind local elections for school board and county commission. We must never underestimate the power of voters when it comes to these races. This is grassroots organizing at its best. The process to endorse our list of pro-public education candidates has been lengthy. The Government Relations Committees in our local affiliates worked for months conducting time-consuming interviews with each candidate, a true labor of love. But it was worth giving the time to ask them the tough questions that ensures us they stand with you,

our students, and our public schools. And when those infamous Apple Cards reach the hands of voters, we will have a population of better informed citizens who hopefully will retire some folks who have implemented bad education policies for far too long. On November 6, our goal will be to resist what unfortunately has become the new normal – students not having new textbooks for 15 years, 35 students in a classroom, a substitute teacher in a classroom the entire year, and a university system that can’t fill positions in their school of education programs because students just aren’t choosing teaching as a profession anymore. As the number of days wind down, I charge each of you to have conversations with residents in your community, family members, parents, and neighbors about the importance of this 2018 mid-term election. Encourage them to get involved with you as you knock on doors, phone bank, and participate in voter registration drives. Make them aware of what the issues at stake are and who the candidates are and what they stand for. Keep in mind, it’s not about the “D” or the “R” …it’s about the “E.” To those of you who are running for office, know that Vice President Moore and I are very proud of you for answering the call to make a difference and to be a public servant. Who better to make decisions about public education than educators? Good luck to each of you. We look forward to celebrating our victories on November 6!

Ways You Can Help Members, Students Affected by Hurricane Florence Although Hurricane Florence is now a memory, the destruction the storm left in its wake will affect our educators and students for many months to come. The cleanup and rebuilding processes, whether homes or schools, is going to take a long time. Resources are needed, and donating to the North Carolina Foundation for Public School Children is one way you can help support the recovery efforts. Natural disasters like hurricanes destroy schools and leave many students without the tools they need to continue receiving a quality education. By contributing to the NCFPSC Disaster Relief Fund, you will be part of rebuilding what they have lost. The Foundation will respond promptly to the needs of students, our members, and schools so they can recover more quickly.

Other Resources • NEA Member Benefits and its business partners stand ready to assist by providing resources to affected members and special accommodations to NEA member-participants in NEA MB programs. A specially designed Web page, www.neamb.com/ disaster-assistance.htm, provides details about the resources and accommodations available to affected members. • The NCAE Web site also has a list of resources for those in need or those who have questions relating to the continued relief efforts. Click here for more information.


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Stand Up for Schools and Public Education on November 6

Slate of Candidates Being Endorsed by the Association Each candidate was evaluated on his/her voting record and level of support for public schools, public school employees, and children. NEA/NCAE recommends these candidates as a step toward preserving public education as the cornerstone of democracy. The slate of candidates for the North Carolina General Assembly appears on pages 4-6.

U.S. House of Representatives

The Importance of Judicial Races NCAE always endorses judicial candidates because the

Linda Coleman, District 2

G.K. Butterfield, District 1

Association knows the vital role the courts play in our government. This year, NCAE recommends one candidate for the N.C. Supreme Court and three candidates for the N.C. Court of Appeals based on their experience, their candidate questionnaires, their judicial records, and their in-person interviews. A thorough review of each candidate was conducted by a panel NCAE attorneys and recommendations were made to the NCAE GRC for approval. The N.C. Supreme Court is the state’s highest court, and there is no further appeal in the state from its decision. This court has a chief justice and six associate justices who sit together as a panel in Raleigh. The Supreme Court has no jury, and it also only considers error in legal procedures or in judicial interpretation of the law. The Court of Appeals is North Carolina’s appellate court. Fifteen judges hear cases in panels of three. The Court of Appeals reviews the proceedings that occurred in the trial courts for errors of the law or legal procedure; it decides only questions of law – not questions of fact.

North Carolina Supreme Court David Price, District 4

Anita Earls

D.D. Adams, District 5

Alma Adams, District 12

Dr. Kyle Horton, District 7

Kathy Manning, District 13

North Carolina Court of Appeals

Judge John Arrowood

Allegra Collins

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Endorsement Recommendations for the North Carolina General Assembly Alamance

Durham House 29: House 30: House 31: House 54: Senate 20: Senate 22:

House 63: Erica McAdoo (D) House 64: Elliott Lynch (D) Senate 24: J. D. Wooten (D) Alexander House 94: Dianne Little (D)** Senate 42: Ric Vandett (D) Alleghany House 90: John Worth Wiles (D) Anson House 55: Frank Deese (D) Senate 25: Helen Probst Mills (D) Ashe House 93: Ray Russell (D) Avery House 85: Josh Dobson (R)* Senate 46: Art Sherwood (D) Beaufort Senate 3: Erica Smith (D)* Bertie House 1: Ron Wesson (D) Senate 3: Erica Smith (D)* Brunswick House 17: Tom Simmons (D)** House 18: Deb Butler (D)* Buncombe House 114: Susan Fisher (D)* House 115: John Ager (D)* House 116: Brian Turner (D)* Senate 48: Norm Bossert (D)** Senate 49: Terry Van Duyn (D)*

Caswell House 50: Graig Meyer (D)* Senate 30: Jen Mangrum (D) Catawba House 89: Mitchell Setzer (R)* House 96: Kim Bost (D) Senate 42: Ric Vandett (D) Chatham House 54: Robert Reives (D)* Senate 23: Valerie Foushee (D)* Chowan House 1: Ron Wesson (D) Senate 1: D. Cole Phelps (D) Cleveland House 111: David Brinkley (D) Columbus House 46: Barbara Yates-Lockamy (D) Senate 13: John Campbell (D) Cumberland House 42: Marvin Lucas Jr. (D)* House 43: Elmer Floyd (D)* House 44: Billy Richardson (D) Senate 19: Kirk DeViere (D) Currituck House 6: Tess Judge (D) Senate 1: D. Cole Phelps (D)

Burke House 86: Tim Barnsback (D)** Senate 46: Art Sherwood (D)

Dare House 6: Tess Judge (D) Senate 1: D. Cole Phelps (D)

Cabarrus House 82: Linda Johnson (R)* House 83: Gail Young (D) Senate 36: Mark Shelley (D)

Davidson House 80: Wendy Sellars (D) House 81: Lewie Phillips (D) Senate 29: Cheraton Love (D)

Caldwell House 87: Amanda Bregel (D) Senate 46: Art Sherwood (D)

Davie House 77: Bonnie Dawn Clark (D) Senate 31: John Motsinger (D)

Camden House 1: Ron Wesson (D) Senate 1: D. Cole Phelps (D)

Duplin House 4: Da’Quan Love (D)

Mary Ann Black (D)* Marcia Morey (D)* Zack Hawkins (D) Robert Reives (D)* Floyd McKissick (D)* Mike Woodard (D)*

Edgecombe House 23: Shelly Willingham (D)* Senate 4: Toby Fitch (D)* Forsyth House 71: House 74: House 75: Senate 31: Senate 32:

Evelyn Terry (D)* Terri LeGrand (D) Dan Besse (D) John Motsinger (D) Paul Lowe ( D)*

Franklin House 7: Bobbie Richardson (D)* Senate 18: Mack Paul (D) Gaston House 108: Robert Kellogg (D) Gates House 5: Howard Hunter, III (D)* Senate 1: D. Cole Phelps (D) Granville House 2: Darryl Moss (D) House 32: Terry Garrison (D) Senate 22: Mike Woodard (D)* Greene Senate 5: Don Davis (D)* Guilford House 57: House 58: House 59: House 61: House 62: Senate 24: Senate 27: Senate 28:

Ashton Clemmons (D)** Amos Quick (D) Steven Buccini (D) Pricey Harrison (D)* Martha Shafer (D) J. D. Wooten (D) Michael Garrett (D) Gladys Robinson (D)*

Halifax House 27: Michael Wray (D)* Senate 4: Toby Fitch (D) Harnett House 51: Lisa Mathis (D)

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Endorsement Recommendations for the North Carolina General Assembly Haywood House 118: Rhonda Schandevel (D) House 119: Joe Sam Queen (D)*

Person House 2: Darryl Moss (D) Senate 22: Mike Woodard (D)*

Henderson Senate 48: Norm Bossert (D)**

Pitt House 12: George Graham (D) Senate 5: Don Davis (D)*

Hertford House 5: Howard Hunter, III (D)* Senate 1: D. Cole Phelps (D) Hoke House 48: Garland Pierce (D)* Hyde House 6: Tess Judge (D) Senate 1: D. Cole Phelps (D) Iredell House 84: Allen Edwards (D) House 95: Carla Fassbender (D)** Senate 34: Beniah McMiller (D) Jackson House 119: Joe Sam Queen (D)* Jones Senate 6: Harry Brown* (R )/Joe Webb (D) [co-endorsed] Lee House 51: Lisa Mathis (D) Lenoir House 12: George Graham (D) Madison House 118: Rhonda Schandevel (D) Martin House 23: Shelly Willingham (D)* Senate 3: Erica Smith (D)* McDowell House 85: Josh Dobson (R)* Mecklenburg House 88: Mary Belk (D)* House 92: Chaz Beasley (D)* House 98: Christy Clark (D) House 99: Nasif Majeed (D) House 100: John Autry (D)* House 102: Becky Carney (D)* House 103: Rachel Hunt (D) House 104: Brandon Lofton (D) House 105: Wesley Harris (D) House 106: Carla Cunningham (D)* House 107: Kelly M. Alexander, Jr. (D)*

Senate 37: Senate 38: Senate 39: Senate 40: Senate 41:

Jeff Jackson (D)* Mujtaba Mohammed (D) Chad Stachowicz (D) Joyce Waddell (D)* ** Natasha Marcus (D)

Richmond House 66: Ken Goodman (D)* Senate 25: Helen Probst Mills (D)

Mitchell House 85: Josh Dobson (R)*

Robeson House 46: Barbara Yates-Lockamy (D) House 47: Charles Graham (D)* Senate 13: John Campbell (D)

Montgomery House 66: Ken Goodman (D)* Senate 29: Cheraton Love (D)

Rockingham Senate 30: Jen Mangrum (D)

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Senate 25: Helen Probst Mills (D) Nash House 7: Bobbie Richardson (D)* New Hanover House 18: Deb Butler (D)* House 19: Marcia Morgan (D) House 20: Leslie Cohen (D) Senate 9: Harper Peterson (D) Northampton House 27: Michael Wray (D)* Senate 3: Erica Smith (D)* Onslow House 4: Da’Quan Love (D) Senate 6: Harry Brown* (R )/Joe Webb (D) [co-endorsed] Orange House 50: Graig Meyer (D)* House 56: Verla Insko (D)* Senate 23: Valerie Foushee (D)* Pamilco House 6: Tess Judge (D) Pasquotank House 5: Howard Hunter, III (D)* Senate 1: D. Cole Phelps (D) Perquimans House 1: Ron Wesson (D) Senate 1: D. Cole Phelps (D)

Rowan House 76: House 77: House 83: Senate 33:

Joe Fowler (D) Bonnie Dawn Clark (D) Gail Young (D) Arin Wilhelm (D)

Scotland House 48: Garland Pierce (D)* Senate 25: Helen Probst Mills (D) Stanly House 66: Ken Goodman (D)* Senate 33: Arin Wilhelm (D) Stokes Senate 30: Jen Mangrum (D) Surry House 90: John Worth Wiles (D) Senate 30: Jen Mangrum (D) Swain House 119: Joe Sam Queen (D)* Transylvania Senate 48: Norm Bossert (D)** Tyrrell House 1: Ron Wesson (D) Senate 1: D. Cole Phelps (D) Union House 55: Frank Deese (D) House 68: Craig Horn (R)*/Rick Foulke (D) [co-endorsed] House 69: Jennifer Benson (D) Continued on page 6


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Endorsement Recommendations for the North Carolina General Assembly Senate 35: Caroline Walker (D) Senate 36: Mark Shelley (D)

Vance County House 32: Terry Garrison (D) Senate 3: Erica Smith (D)* Wake County House 11: Allison Dahle (D) House 33: Rosa Gill (D)* ** House 34: Grier Martin (D)* House 35: Terrence Everitt (D) House 36: Julie von Haefen (D) House 37: Sydney Batch (D) House 38: Yvonne Lewis Holley (D)* House 39: Darren Jackson (D)* House 40: Joe John (D)* House 41: Gale Adcock (D)* House 49: Cynthia Ball (D)* Senate 14: Dan Blue (D)* Senate 15: Jay Chaudhuri (D)* Senate 16: Wiley Nickel (D) Senate 17: Sam Searcy (D) Senate 18: Mack Paul (D) Warren House 32: Terry Garrison (D) Senate 3: Erica Smith (D)* Washington House 1: Ron Wesson (D) Senate 1: D. Cole Phelps (D) Watauga House 93: Ray Russell (D) Wilkes House 90: John Worth Wiles (D) House 94: Dianne Little (D)** Wilson House 24: Jean Farmer-Butterfield (D)* Senate 4: Toby Fitch (D) Yadkin Senate 34: Beniah McMiller (D) Yancey House 118: Rhonda Schandevel (D)

This year marks a critical time to elect pro-public education candidates in order to stop the dismantling of public schools. There are so many things at stake – school funding, student resources, reduction in school positions, educator salaries and benefits, and much more. Pledge to go “All In” for public education by visiting www.NCAEVotes.org to stay informed about volunteer opportunities with NCAE and to find out who your NCAE-endorsed candidates are. Let’s make sure every candidate in every race in North Carolina knows that NCAE VOTES! Important Dates • • •

* Incumbents ** NCAE members

October 12: Voter Registration Ends October 17: One Stop Early Voting Begins November 3: One-Stop Early Voting Ends November 6: Election Day

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No Kid Hungry...

Apply for the Breakfast After the Bell Fellowship Through the NEA Foundation

PROUD MOMENTS

Letters of Love Justin Parmenter, a teacher at Waddell Language Academy in Charlotte and member of NCAE, was recently featured on the CBS This Morning series “A More Perfect Union,” which aims to show that what unites us as Americans is far greater than what divides us. Parmenter brought a little comfort of home into the classroom by asking the parents of his students to pen hand-written notes of encouragement, which are shared with students when they really need a boost. One student was moved to tears after reading the note from her mother, while another commented how important reading the note made him feel. To view the segment, click here. What It’s Like to Be a Teacher in America

NCAE Member NaShonda Cooke graced the cover of TIME Magazine in September. She and several other educators were featured in a story about the financial challenges of being a teacher. Cooke is an instructional facilitator/ specialist at Carver Elementary School in Wake County. Click here to read the article.

All students deserve a nutritious breakfast, but not all of them have access to one. That is why the NEA Foundation is partnering with Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign to provide resources and training to educators to implement a Breakfast After the Bell program in their school. Breakfast After the Bell programs increase access to a nutritious breakfast by maximizing convenience and overcoming barriers to participation. Through these programs, breakfasts are directly delivered to classrooms, distributed via centrally located kiosks, or served during an extended break typically offered between first and second periods. Through this 10-month fellowship, educators will: Work with their schools to design and implement a program to feed students after the bell rings; Receive in-person and online training and support to get their program up and running; Present their work at their NEA state or local conference or meeting; Engage with other educators from across the country. Fellows will receive a $1,000 stipend for their time and energy and up to $3,000 for their school site to purchase equipment (including coolers and/or hotboxes, grab n’ go kiosks, trash cans, recycling bins, and cleaning supplies). The fellowship is open to current members of NEA who are educators in public schools (including education support professionals). All applicants are required to participate in an introductory webinar before applying. The webinar recording may be found at https://youtu.be/AOewJ3s-ZPA or may be requested by emailing fellows@strength.org. To view the application, click here. Applications are due by midnight (Eastern) on October 8. Fellows will be announced by October 15.

“Education promotes equality and lifts people out of poverty. It teaches children how to become good citizens. Education is not just for a privileged few, it is for everyone. It is a fundamental right.” -- Ban Kimoon


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News From the NCAE NBCT Network Fall II National Board Seminars The Fall II National Board Seminars will consist of a deep dive into components 2, 3, and 4. NBCTs will lead candidates through the process of writing to demonstrate evidence of accomplished teaching. Space is limited to 30 participants in each seminar across the state. The cost for members is $20 and $45 for non-members. Click here to register. • Region 2: TBD • Region 3: December 1 – Pitts Elementary School, Concord • Region 4: December 8 – First Baptist Church Haggard Ave., Elon • Region 5: December 1 – Southern School of Energy and Sustainability, Durham • Region 6: TBD • Regions 7A and 7B: December 8 NBC Support Webinars If you are unable to attend a session in person, the NCAE NBCT Network will offer a series of two-hour support webinars via Zoom. Webinars are free for members and $22 for non-members. To register, click here. Following is the schedule: • October – Component 4 • November and December – Component 3 • January 2019 – Component 2 • February 2019 -- Component 1

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Don’t wait in line to shop! Sign up for NEA Click & Save, the member-only online mall. Browse websites of your favorite retailers, including everything from apparel, to electronics, to movie tickets. Sign up at www.neamb.com/ clickandsave. Happy shopping!

ESSA Update:

Opportunity Checklist

Members who attended Summer Leaders and/or the NCAE Instructional Leadership Conference please remember to ask your peers to complete the Opportunity Checklist. North Carolina is not requiring LEAs to create separate local ESSA plans. The State ESSA Plan incorporates policies and mandates already in place in North Carolina for school improvement for Title I schools, performance grades, and categories for supporting low-performing schools. The protocol and policies within ESSA and state mandates for local plans are being driven by the needs assessments and each school’s School Improvement Plan. The platform being used to incorporate the needs assessment and ESSA requirements are contained in the NCStar platform. This does mean SIT policies should be adhered to and educator voices should be included. Using this platform does not exclude the use of educators being engaged and involved in the process of school improvement and supporting student achievement. Now more than ever YOUR VOICE is needed in your local http://myschoolmyvoice.nea.org/. The approved federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is intended to guide the state’s continuing efforts to improve the quality of all schools and the educational outcomes of all students while closing gaps in achievement among them. The state accountability model is used to meet the ESSA plan requirements and is used to calculate School Performance Grades in which schools earn A– F grades based on proficiency measures and student-growth targets. The accountability measures being used can be found in this policy and further details in this policy. Our NCAE goal is to have every school in North Carolina have data based on using the checklist to assess the school so you can celebrate the good and work on the needed items.


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Creating Healthy Habits You don’t have to wait until the new year to make a change that will benefit your health. Make a commitment now to selfcare and achieve optimal wellness! Teaching requires extraordinary mental and physical strength, so making a daily commitment to your health is key. Manifesting good habits takes time, but it’s worth the effort. Here are five critical self-care areas – and positive daily strategies to ensure lasting change! SLEEP – Nearly two-thirds of Americans report their sleep needs aren’t being met during a typical week. Experts agree getting sufficient shuteye is as important to health and wellbeing as diet, exercise, and stress relief. In fact, a growing body of research links poor sleep habits with an increased risk for heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and impaired immunity. Sleep Goal: Get 7-9 hours of sleep each night. Baby Step: Establish good sleep hygiene by waking and going to bed at the same time each day – even on weekends. Learn how to solve the four most annoying sleep problems. EAT – Your body and mind need a steady supply of fuel (i.e., glucose) to function at its best. How you manage your diet dictates whether you stay energized throughout a challenging workday, or face insurmountable slumps when you need energy. The body works best in 90-minute spurts of intensity and rest, so have a few small snacks to help you through any midmorning and early afternoon dips. Nutrition Goal: Eat a power breakfast every day. Baby Step: Munch on trail mix before hunger pangs strike. Nuts and seeds plus a fruit or veggie, or a hard-boiled egg helps boost energy levels without the typical blood sugar slump that comes after consuming the standard processed carbohydrate snack.

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promote well-being, it also creates a surge in mood-stabilizing chemicals and feel-good hormones. Stress Management Goal: Meditate for 10 minutes daily. According to a University of Pennsylvania research study, daily meditation improves the ability to prioritize and manage tasks and goals, re-focus attention, and stay alert to the environment. Baby Step: When you’re feeling stressed, take three deep breaths. Even one deep centered breath can lower blood pressure, ease muscle tension, and release stress. DREAM – Visualizing a desired outcome – whether knocking a baseball out of the park or navigating the buffet without overdoing it – is a great tool on the pathway to success. Simply generating positive emotions is the equivalent of hitting a “reset button” when it comes to stress. Positive emotions are contagious. Not only will you undo the impact of stress on your body, you’ll also create an energetic environment that advances student learning. Positive Thinking Goal: Actively reframe your thoughts to support your desire for happiness and success. Not only are you more likely to accomplish these goals, but your stress levels will decline, too. Baby Step: Every morning, visualize yourself accomplishing a small goal, such as meditating when you get stressed. Source: NEA Member Benefits

MOVE – Studies show physical activity improves circulation, boosts energy, and reduces stress. Research suggests that exercise, particularly interval training, is an optimal way to enhance mood and build endurance – both of which help educators excel at the head of the class. Activity Goal: Exercise for at least 30 minutes, 5-7 days each week. Baby Step: Take every opportunity to move. Park at the end of the parking lot. Take the stairs. Do lunges when you brush your teeth. BREATHE – Stress is America’s epidemic, and it’s one of the greatest risk factors for chronic diseases – and busy educators are especially vulnerable. Meditation can help break the cycle. Not only does it reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and

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NEA Click & Save “Buy-Lights” for October

• H&M – Find fashion and quality at prices you can handle! Get up to 60 percent off various styles, and earn 1X WOWPoints. • The Walking Company – Check out the world’s largest specialty retailer of comfort footwear from around the world, with brands such as Dansko, Ecco, and New Balance. Look for up to 50 percent off UGGs, plus get 4X WOWPoints and free shipping on orders of $100 or more. • LL Bean – Outfit yourself for a variety of outdoor pursuits including camping, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, and more! Get free shipping and returns (see site for details) and 4X WOWPoints. • Land’s End – this retailer offers classically styled apparel, swimwear, and outerwear for women, men, and kids, plus home products and seasonal gifts. Earn 1X WOWPoints, plus free shipping on orders of $50 or more. • UnderArmour – Get up to 45 percent off athletic gear and apparel in their outlet store, 5X WOWPoints, and free shipping on orders of $60 or more. • Paragon Sports – Find all the equipment you need for your sporting pleasure, whether it’s golf, tennis, backpacking, skating, biking or team sports! Earn 4X WOWPoints and get free shipping on orders of $49 or more.

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for NEA Members The new school year is in full swing, and the fall season is upon us. Get ready for changing weather and invigorating outdoor activities with the proper clothing, footwear, and equipment! NEA Click & Save, the online discount buying service for NEA members, highlights select retailers and merchants each month. Check out these featured “Buylights” for October.

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National Diversity Day World Smile Day American Libraries Day Columbus Day (NCAE offices closed) Dictionary Day International Day for the Eradication of Poverty Unity Day Make a Difference Day

National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month Global Diversity Awareness Month Health Literacy Month International Walk to School Month National Higher Education Month

Put an end to bullying! For resources, click here.

Rent a Vehicle for Your Fall Trip! Use the NEA Car Rental Program for your next road trip, and take advantage of special offers through Hertz, Enterprise, and National. Visit www.neamb.com/travel and click the “Car Rental” tab for more information.

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The News Bulletin is the official publication of the North Carolina Association of Educators.

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