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KILL DEVIL HILLS, N.C. — Another economically disadvantaged North Carolina county will be able to help stabilize its teaching population thanks to a project being financed by the State Employees’ Credit Union Foundation.

Several economically disadvantaged North Carolina counties have suffered from high teacher turnover in recent years because prospective teachers could not find affordable housing in the communities where their schools were located. The foundation stepped in to help in Hertford County by financing the development of a housing project that the school district can offer to teachers at an affordable rent. The housing is close to the teachers’ schools, and the rental income repays the construction loan. Now, it is doing something similar in Dare County, a county on North Carolina’s Outer Banks.

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