Greensboro, NC-- Teachers rallied in Greensboro and in Winston-Salem on Wednesday to protest the state budget cuts to public education.
More than 100 protestors held signs outside Government Plaza in Greensboro. They spoke out about how the changes are affecting them and their families.
This year's state budget does not include raises for teachers. It also ends teacher tenure and it cuts pay for teacher with advanced degrees, like a master's degree.
Gov. Pat McCrory counters these rallies with the fact this year's K-12 budget is $23 million more than last year.
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