From the article:
"Wake schools could face a 5 to 10 percent cut in funding from the state next year. The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction presented its projected budget reductions to Wake County Schools at the Board of Education’s work session Tuesday.
Board member Keith Sutton pushed the board members to come to a consensus on where they’d like to see North Carolina and particularly Wake County- which is in the bottom quarter of counties for per pupil spending in the state- on that list. Other board members resisted saying that moving up the list was an unlikely prospect, given the state’s economic situation."
Read the full article at the Raleigh Public Record.