2018 teacher strikes explained | IN 60 SECONDS

This spring, teacher strikes have spread across the United States. AEI’s Rick Hess explains the facts behind the strikes and clarifies some common misconceptions.

ARTICLE – The facts behind the teacher strikes https://goo.gl/zvscyp

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