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Teachers Are Protesting Low Wages, in a Rash of Walkouts Fueled by Social Media

April 3, 2018 4:46

Thousands of teachers protested Monday in Oklahoma and Kentucky, demanding higher wages and more resources for students. So far this year, teachers in four states have walked out of classrooms or threatened to walk out to press for higher pay and more school spending. Education Week editor Liana Loewus talked with PBS NewsHour’s John Yang about what’s happening around the country.


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