Chelsey B. Coombs
“OEA is disgraceful if they accept this as a 'win' for the students and educators of Oklahoma”
The teachers are winning the walkout, but they're not done yet.
Their protest slogans have grown pointed and personal as the two sides continue their standoff.
The teacher rebellion is spreading.
A flurry of last-minute lobbying convinced legislators to amend the bill today.
“I know more teachers than not who have to have second or third jobs,” said a high school teacher who works on the side to make ends meet.
Some teachers aren't impressed, though. "It's pathetic," one said.
They're planning to go out on strike April 2.
Banks are required to report transactions that seem illegal or out of the ordinary to Treasury
Roberta Jacobson’s announcement comes just days after the Mexican president canceled a visit to the U.S. following a heated phone call with President Trump.
"We have made a decision to not take a chance on student-athletes from your state."
Dozens of students traveled to the state capitol less than a week after the shooting left 17 of their classmates and teachers dead