Walkout: The School Funding Rebellion (Trailer)
Oklahoma has seen the largest cuts to general education funding since the Great Recession. Go inside classrooms and see why teachers have had enough.
The lowest-paid teachers in the nation are in the middle of a statewide walkout in Oklahoma. From start to finish, Newsy follows educators as they get organized and demand raises from their state legislature. From crowded classrooms to a packed state capitol, Newsy offers an in-depth, personal look at the latest strike at the heart of a nationwide movement for education funding.
"Walkout" premieres on Newsy's cable channel at 9 p.m. ET Monday, April 16, and across video-on-demand platforms Tuesday, April 17.
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