Double take look at last night's protest movement wherein some of the highest paid teachers in the metro keep the pressure on their administration and fight for better student resources . . . Read more:
Lesson In Organizing
Teachers in the Shawnee Mission School District are standing together for higher salaries. Teachers say they need more pay and smaller class sizes."Their proposal this year of a 1% increase means that 42% of our teachers will be making less money this year than they did last year," said Linda Sieck, president of the Shawnee Mission Teachers Union."We did get additional money.
Teachable Protest Moment
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Shawnee Mission teachers rallied in the frigid temperatures Monday night outside school district headquarters. They showed up wearing red in solidarity to tell leaders a new contract needs to come quick. All of them have been working under their old contract since July.
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