NORTH CAROLINA - North Carolina teachers demanding higher salaries and more resources are planning a new way to get what they want.
Teachers planned a “walk-out” to protest the state legislature’s education policies.
Now, the North Carolina Association of Educators is planning a “walk-in” Nov. 4.
The group wants teachers to wear red that day.
It’s also asking the company to visit their schools to see exactly what teachers are fighting for.
N.C. Association of Educators planning "walk-in" for local teachers
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