GREENSBORO, N.C. — Starting this summer, driver’s education classes in Guilford County could come with a $65 price tag if state funding for the program falls through.
That may not happen. A couple of bills moving through the General Assembly would restore driver’s education funding, but for now, school officials are planning for the worst-case scenario.
Superintendent Maurice “Mo” Green and his staff are recommending to the Guilford County Board of Education that the system charge driver’s education students $65, the maximum amount allowed by law. Their recommendation would give a small break, a $20 waiver, to low-income families.
Read more: Greensboro News & Record