10:00 AM - 1:00 PM NCSSA Executive Board Meeting
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM NCSSA Executive Board Meeting
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM NCSSA Executive Board Meeting
Jack Hoke, NCSSA Executive Director
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In a visit to a Wake County school Tuesday, Governor Roy Cooper discussed school facility needs and said that lawmakers in the 2018 short session should have authorized placing a $1.9 billion statewide school bond referendum on the November 6 ballot.
In the final days of the General Assembly’s 2018 short session, lawmakers focused on approving a slate of 6 proposed amendments to the N.C. Constitution that will now be put on the November 6 ballot for voters statewide to either support or reject.
The following is NCASA’s summary of the major law changes the 2018 General Assembly approved to affect the funding and operations of public schools. The legislation is listed in numeric order in the Table of Contents and by subject matter on the pages that follow.
As the 2018 short session came to a close, two bills impacting public school funding through the bail bonds forfeiture system made their way through the legislative process. House Bill 131 and House Bill 382 were both vetoed by Governor Roy Cooper, but H382 later became law after the General Assembly overrode the Governor’s veto.