In the spring of 2018, scores of teachers across several states walked out of their schools, attracting extensive media attention. AEI’s Rick Hess and RJ Martin analyzed the headlines, quotes, and content of articles on the walkouts published in five major newspapers. The results? A mix of good and bad. Rick Hess explains more.
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