Would you support a teacher strike in your state? | The Tylt
Teachers went on strike in West Virginia, Oklahoma and Arizona to demand higher wages, and now teachers in other states may follow suit. Teacher salaries across the country have been stagnant or falling for years, and many educators are fed up with the status quo. If striking is the only way teachers can be fairly compensated, then so be it. But others argue teachers shouldn't strike because it deprives students of their education. Would you support a teacher strike in your state? 👩🏫
Would you support a teacher strike in your state?
We need to be paying teachers a comfortable, living wage. No teacher should ever have to work two jobs to survive or worry about their students having the supplies they need to succeed. Teachers shape the character, caliber, and future of our children #TeacherAppreciationWeek— ♻️ Christopher Zullo (@ChrisJZullo) May 7, 2018
Happy Monday!#TeacherAppreciationWeek— nicki 🤓 (@nickiknowsnada) May 7, 2018
REMINDER that when teachers are on strike & organize walkouts for higher wages/resources for students, they also still pack lunches for their kids. These are the kind of human beings educators are. ❤ #MondayMotivation pic.twitter.com/zR1U6r2n3n
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