FILE PHOTO: Dozens dressed in red wave signs in support of better funding for education from the pedestrian bridge over Capitol Way on May 6 during a rally organized by the North Thurston Education Association. The union’s members voted to walk off the job during time designated for teacher training and professional development activities, as part of what was referred to as a statewide “rolling walkout” to protest education proposals that were in front of the Legislature last spring. NTEA members recently rejected a proposed collective bargaining agreement.
FILE PHOTO: Dozens dressed in red wave signs in support of better funding for education from the pedestrian bridge over Capitol Way on May 6 during a rally organized by the North Thurston Education Association. The union’s members voted to walk off the job during time designated for teacher training and professional development activities, as part of what was referred to as a statewide “rolling walkout” to protest education proposals that were in front of the Legislature last spring. NTEA members recently rejected a proposed collective bargaining agreement. Staff photographer
FILE PHOTO: Dozens dressed in red wave signs in support of better funding for education from the pedestrian bridge over Capitol Way on May 6 during a rally organized by the North Thurston Education Association. The union’s members voted to walk off the job during time designated for teacher training and professional development activities, as part of what was referred to as a statewide “rolling walkout” to protest education proposals that were in front of the Legislature last spring. NTEA members recently rejected a proposed collective bargaining agreement. Staff photographer

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