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Walk-in for public schools: Students, parents, teachers in Milwaukee, 39 other cities take part

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MILWAUKEE — Students, parents and teachers at schools across Milwaukee staged a walk-in on Wednesday morning, February 17th.

The walk-in was in protest of budget cuts to public schools and what some say is an “attempt to privatize” the schools.

Protesters said they would break up while inside the schools so that students could go to class.

Besides Milwaukee, 39 other cities across the country held walk-ins.


1 Comment

  • grunt

    Great, they are manipulating those they are supposed to teach. They wonder why private schools are so popular.
    They apparently think MPS is doing a great job and shouldn’t be taken over.
    They confirmed that MTEA has no class.

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