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Cost of driver’s ed could rise in Davidson County

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DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — Davidson County Schools may increase the fee for Driver’s Education courses by $10.00.

For the past two years, the school system charged $45.00, but the school’s CFO asked the school board to considered charging $55.00, to help with budget cuts next school year.

The Davidson County School Board will vote on the proposal at their November 4 meeting.