North Carolina

Union Information

In North Carolina, after 3 years, public school teachers receive what's commonly called "tenure," a special employment protection that teachers unions defend. As the below federal statistics indicate, tenured teachers (as opposed to less-senior "probationary" teachers) are practically impossible to fire.

Experienced teacher firing rate
Probationary teacher firing rate
private school teacher firing rate (national)
Source: Data obtained from the Students and Staffing Survey

Statewide Unions

NEA Union

North Carolina Association of Educators
Total Revenue: $11,161,779

AFT Union

AFT North Carolina
Total Revenue: $0

Other Unions

Name City Total Revenue Tax Period
North carolina association of educators Raleigh $11,161,779 2008
Federal education association Fayetteville $1,640,025 2008
Federal education association-state side region Fayetteville $962,797 2008
Federal education association-pacific Fayetteville $938,708 2008
North east asia teachers association Fayetteville $499,431 2008
American educators association of okinawa Fayetteville $338,674 2008
Teachers education association Fayetteville $225,547 2008
American federation of teachers Hillsborough $37,409 2008
American federation of teachers of north carolina Hillsborough $0 2008
Source: Data obtained from the Internal Revenue Service's Master Data File 2008-2009.
Source: Public Records Requests conducted by the Center for Union Facts.

Party Contribution Percentages