Tuesday marks one year since Oklahoma teachers walked out of their classrooms and into the capitol to get more funding for their students.
As the Oklahoma legislature considers priorities for spending, some educators are saying more classroom funding is critical. And they're talking about dollars that are not part of the teacher pay raise.
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Another school funding vote is headed to the ballot this fall.
This November, Tulsa Public Schools students could have election day off.
From school to the state house, some Green Country teachers are running for office, hoping to make changes to education funding.
One elementary school in Green Country raised more than $1,000 Saturday to help out support staff workers who didn't earn a paycheck during the teacher walkout.
As the state's largest teacher’s union shifts its focus to upcoming elections, the president of the group spent Friday afternoon in Tulsa rallying for change.
After 9 days, the longest teacher walkout in state history is over.
The Oklahoma Education Association held a news conference Thursday calling for the end of the teacher walkout.
Some teachers are making plans to be at the Capitol Friday even though the OEA said the walkout is over.
Some Green Country teachers say that the OEA's frequently changing demands are more frustrating than helpful.
Educators in green country spent Day 8 of the school shutdown helping students stay sharp until classes resume.
Sand Springs teachers are going back to class tomorrow instead of spending yet another day at the Capitol.
The OEA is adjusting its demands and now they say they don't care how schools get the education funding they need, as long as lawmakers make it happen.
Teachers across Green Country are getting ready to head back to the Capitol and fight for education funding.
Oklahoma teachers are getting ready to converge on the Capitol once again as they walk out over education funding.
Dozens of Tulsa teachers continue to make their way, step by step, to the State Capitol to demand education funding.
A Tulsa woman who has been teaching in Texas for the last two years says even if the state does pass more education funding money, it won't convince her to work in Oklahoma.
It's been a historic week for Oklahoma as the teacher walkout pushes forward with no clear end in sight.
The statewide teacher walkout movement started in Bartlesville, a school district that has been closed all week.
Day 5 of the teacher walkout wrapped up Friday and it doesn't look like there's an end in sight.
Thousands of teachers were at the Capitol Friday, lobbying for better school funding.
For a 4th day, Thousands of teachers, students, and parents took to the Capitol, fighting for education funding and letting lawmakers know they’re not leaving.