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.
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