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Teachers and parents in 200 cities stage walk-ins for school funding

Teachers, parents, and students in more than 200 cities staged “walk-ins” on Thursday to demand increased funding for public schools, expansion of community schools with added services, to call for an end to harsh discipline in schools that often has a disparate racial impact, and—especially in Massachusetts—to protest plans to expand charter schools at the expense of public schools.
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