North Carolina teachers rally for more funds in latest U.S. school walk-out
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 RALEIGH, N.C. (Reuters) - Thousands of North Carolina teachers were expected to rally at the capitol on Wednesday for higher pay and increased education spending in a walk-out that follows similar protests from teachers in other states seeking more money for schools.
Thousands of North Carolina teachers marched to the state capitol on Wednesday in a call for higher pay and increased education spending after similar protests from teachers in other states seeking more money for schools. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Reuters reports that as the Los Angeles teachers strike enters its 4th day, union negotiators have returned to the bargaining table for the first time since talks collapsed last week. The walkout marks..
A major strike by teachers in the California city has not entered its fourth day. Educators are seeking higher pay and more support staff while denouncing current conditions. According to Reuters, the..