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North Carolina Teachers Will Be The Next To Walk Out

Newsy Wednesday, 9 May 2018
North Carolina Teachers Will Be The Next To Walk OutWatch VideoTeachers in North Carolina are the latest group planning to leave their classrooms to protest low salaries and inadequate school funding.

Hundreds of schools there are expected to close on May 16 while teachers participate in the March for Students and Rally for Respect campaign in Raleigh, the state's...
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Teachers plan to walk out on May 16 &mdash;&nbsp;but this won't be exactly like teacher protests we've seen in other states.

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