West Virginia teachers strike explained | IN 60 SECONDS

West Virginia’s nine-day teachers’ strike ended when the state raised teacher pay by 5%. But, as AEI’s Rick Hess explains, teacher take-home pay is only part of the story, and the strike did nothing to change the underlying dynamics that have contributed to a frustrating status quo.

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