GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Guilford County Board of Education approved a budget proposal Tuesday night that would increase class sizes and eliminate some teacher positions.
Two changes were made Wednesday, including a pay raise for Board of Education members and voting not to reduce teacher assistant work days by four and a half days.
The County Manager will present the budget to commissioners on May 22.
BOE: 2 changes to Superintendent's recommended budget. 1) More $ for BoE's compensation. 2) Voted not to reduce teacher assistant work days.—
Carter Coyle WGHP (@CarterCoyleWGHP) May 14, 2014