Hickenlooper vows to push Colorado to repay $1 billion for education

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Hickenlooper vows to push Colorado to repay $1 billion for education

Arizona, Colorado teachers rally; schools close a second day
Teachers fill the amphitheater in Civic Center Park for a rally Friday in Denver. More than 10,000 teachers from more than 20 districts scattered across Colorado are demonstrating as part of a burgeoning teacher uprising from the East to the interior West that is demanding more tax dollars be spent in public schools.
Elaine Holmes, center, a teacher in Fort Collins, waves a placard during a teacher rally on Friday. More than 10,000 teachers from more than 20 districts scattered across Colorado are demonstrating as part of a burgeoning teacher uprising from the East to the interior West that is demanding more tax dollars be spent in public schools.
Amber Malin, a teacher in Aurora holds a placard during a teachers rally Friday in Denver.
A makeshift band made up of teachers from several districts entertains fellow teachers during a rally Friday in Denver.
Thousands march to the Arizona Capitol for higher teacher pay and public school funding on the first day of a statewide teachers strike Thursday in Phoenix.
Thousands march to the Arizona Capitol for higher teacher pay and public school funding on the first day of a statewide teachers strike Thursday in Phoenix.
“It’s our day to be noticed,” says Beatrice Goldsmith as she joins approximately a thousand teachers, other staff and supporters on Congress Street at Granada Avenue in Tucson on the first day of the statewide teacher walkout on Thursday.

Hickenlooper vows to push Colorado to repay $1 billion for education

Teachers fill the amphitheater in Civic Center Park for a rally Friday in Denver. More than 10,000 teachers from more than 20 districts scattered across Colorado are demonstrating as part of a burgeoning teacher uprising from the East to the interior West that is demanding more tax dollars be spent in public schools.
Elaine Holmes, center, a teacher in Fort Collins, waves a placard during a teacher rally on Friday. More than 10,000 teachers from more than 20 districts scattered across Colorado are demonstrating as part of a burgeoning teacher uprising from the East to the interior West that is demanding more tax dollars be spent in public schools.
Amber Malin, a teacher in Aurora holds a placard during a teachers rally Friday in Denver.
A makeshift band made up of teachers from several districts entertains fellow teachers during a rally Friday in Denver.
Thousands march to the Arizona Capitol for higher teacher pay and public school funding on the first day of a statewide teachers strike Thursday in Phoenix.
Thousands march to the Arizona Capitol for higher teacher pay and public school funding on the first day of a statewide teachers strike Thursday in Phoenix.
“It’s our day to be noticed,” says Beatrice Goldsmith as she joins approximately a thousand teachers, other staff and supporters on Congress Street at Granada Avenue in Tucson on the first day of the statewide teacher walkout on Thursday.
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