Exchange Students Attend Teacher Protests To Learn About State Government
TULSA, Oklahoma - A group of German exchange students are at the state capitol for day 2 of the teacher walkout.
Their teacher says the students are on an exchange program with Booker T. and they went to Oklahoma City for several reasons.
The German students aren't advocating, but are observing the protests to learn more about state government.
Lucien Ludwig, an exchange teacher, says, "I think they will keep asking questions. I think this is what this is all about - start asking questions. Then we get to talk about it and we'll know more afterward."
The students will be going to other places in the capital, such as the Oklahoma City National Memorial.