Oklahoma Teachers Go On Strike And Rally At State Capitol

The Best Signs From the Teachers Strikes

Oklahoma and Kentucky teachers seeking better pay are speaking out.

After last March's successful teachers strike in West Virginia, where protesters won all five of their demands from the state, educators in Oklahoma, Kentucky, and Arizona are following suit and demanding better conditions for students and themselves.

Get a glimpse of the best signs from this week's rallies in Oklahoma and Kentucky, and see how America's teachers are schooling their state legislators.

Oklahoma City J Pat Carter/Getty Images Oklahoma City Oklahoma students rally alongside teachers at the state capitol on April 2, 2018. Oklahoma City J Pat Carter/Getty Images Oklahoma City Oklahoma City J Pat Carter/Getty Images Oklahoma City Elvin Lee, a teacher from Lawton, Oklahoma joins fellow educators at the state capitol on April 2, 2018. Last week, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin said teachers should come to the capitol to thank her for the raise. Oklahoma City J Pat Carter/Getty Images Oklahoma City Oklahoma City J Pat Carter/Getty Images Oklahoma City Oklahoma City J Pat Carter/Getty Images Oklahoma City Frankfort, Kentucky Bill Pugliano/Getty Images Frankfort, Kentucky Public school teachers and supporters protest at the Kentucky State Capitol on April 2, 2018. Local educators are calling for higher wages and demanding that Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin veto a bill that overhauls their pension plans. Frankfort, Kentucky Lexington Herald-Leader/TNS via Getty Images Frankfort, Kentucky Frankfort, Kentucky Bill Pugliano/Getty Images Frankfort, Kentucky Frankfort, Kentucky Bill Pugliano/Getty Images Frankfort, Kentucky Frankfort, Kentucky Bill Pugliano/Getty Images Frankfort, Kentucky
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