Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Area students show support for teachers with walk out

Area students show support for teachers with walk out

The department will call for financial contribution from members of the society to pay the teachers instead of relying exclusively on the Government's payroll, he said.

Much like "The Little Engine That Could", teachers across the state left their classrooms and tried their best to get a short list of educational needs fulfilled.

As the teacher walkout ended this week, many educators said they were turning their attention to the November elections.

"We will already have to come back after Memorial Day, so every day out, we're adding days onto the end of the school year".

Rep. Earl Sears, R-Bartlesville, said the only option for funding at this point is wind reform but even if that measure were to pass, he said the money would not be available for this current fiscal year. When the state House Majority Leader John Allen heard of this past year he said, "The idea that we are somehow torturing if the have a second job is ridiculous". I'm not mad. I'm not upset.

They want the parents to know what the issues are.

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Teachers and supporters of increased education funding continue to rally on the south side of the state Capitol on the 11th day of a walkout by Oklahoma teachers in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 12, 2018. "We've gone too far the other way, and if we don't pay for schools, we're going to be in trouble".

If I were education czarina, the only students, rich or poor, who would be admitted to any four-year college would be those with a demonstrated interest in an at least one academic subject. Then again, there are some Republican teachers who say their party has an image problem when it comes to public education. I see red and white signs advising people to vote no on Peninsula School District's upcoming bond, with the tagline "There is a Better Way".

"Things have gotten so bad out here, we're like a third-world country," Gaddis said in a phone interview.

"If you can not afford to provide both your basic supplies and school counselors, you're going to choose to provide basic supplies in most cases", said AQE president Billy Easton. "This is not something we're going to spend our way out of, and this is not something we're going to mandate or regulate our way out of".

A 2017 survey of NY state school superintendents found that almost half of those who responded said they do not have the resources to help students with nonacademic needs, like mental health.

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