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In Colorado, teachers are planning to walk out on Friday to protest education funding and teacher salaries. But two GOP state lawmakers have come up with a prospective response to the planned strike, making it illegal.
The National Memorial For Peace And Justice opens in Montgomery, Alabama today. The monument, conceived by the Equal Justice Initiative, intends to memorialize the more than 4,000 known victims of lynching in this country.
Tens of thousands of teachers in Arizona are walking out of classrooms in the largest teacher strike in state history. The strike comes after similar efforts in West Virginia and Oklahoma. More Arizona Education News →
More than 600,000 Arizona students rely on free lunch programs, according to the Arizona Food Bank Association, and many educators, especially those at Title I schools where majority of the students qualify for free or reduced-price breakfast and lunches, worried about their students.
One aspect of Thursday’s expected action by teachers that enters into the realm of semantics is whether it should be characterized as a strike or a walkout. For more on that, The Show turned to ASU law professor Zachary Kramer.
As teachers get set to strike Thursday, state lawmakers are talking about ways to get educators a raise. Governor Ducey continues to pitch his plan, but Representative Noel Campbell wants his colleagues to refer a three-year, one-cent sales tax increase to the ballot.
Arizona educators are preparing for what’s predicted to be the biggest teacher strike in the country Thursday. Wednesday marks almost a month of morning rallies calling for more money in the classroom, for teacher and support staff pay.
Lake Havasu City, Arizona, is probably best known for a couple of things: the London Bridge and being a haven for spring breakers. But the presence of an ASU location there has led to a greater focus on higher education. Now a new bachelor’s degree program in tourism and management aims to expand on that.