Campaign aims to help public schools and teachers

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – A town hall meeting aims to bring awareness to teacher efficiency.

Community leaders, teachers and supporters attended the Delta Teacher Efficacy Campaign to listen to a panel of speakers talk about issues in the school system. Topics discussed included teacher support programs and building a support group among the community.

Gwen Greene, a member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority says teachers are important in the classroom.

“They have one of the toughest jobs, and that is to try and mold and to motivate young people to teach them in the whole issue and the activity of learning,” explained Greene.

There are only 40 communities selected around the country to campaign for teachers. Raleigh and Charlotte were also chosen in North Carolina.




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