HPU POLL: North Carolinians See Education Headed in Wrong Direction

HIGH POINT, N.C., March 3, 2016 – The newest High Point University Poll finds North Carolinians concerned about the direction of public education in the state as well as a number of education policies being implemented or proposed at the state level.

Overall, two-thirds (66 percent) of state residents said they thought public education in North Carolina was headed in the wrong direction. And when these North Carolinians were asked to grade public schools overall, only 3 percent gave schools an A compared to the most common response 41 percent – a grade of C.

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2016-03-05T14:13:06+00:00

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