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Ask any of the estimated 2,700 members of the American Federation of Teachers who came out Monday for the group’s lobby day, and they’ll tell you their top priority is restoring the $5.4 billion in cuts made last session to public education. They’re also focused on reforming standardized testing and ensuring teachers have a sound pension system.

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One thought on “Video: Educators visit capitol, push to restore cuts

  1. Nice to see the teachers union with their dues paying members out demanding more public money under the guise of it being ‘for the children’. What a joke. Teachers union.

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