Red for Ed anniversary

It’s been a year since the red-for-ed movement led to a massive teacher walkout and a subsequent increase in education funding, including a pay raise for teachers, but what’s the legacy of red-for-ed and what’s next for school funding in arizona. We talk with Katie Nash, a Chandler teacher, about the walkout.

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