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Oklahoma Teachers Set For Statewide Walkout Amid Continued Pay Dispute

Teachers have rejected a pay raise passed by the state legislature last week, saying it doesn't go far enough in addressing deep cuts in education in recent years.

Thousands of public school teachers across Oklahoma will stay out of the classroom – and many will take to the streets — starting today, after they rejected a pay raise they said fails to compensate for some of the lowest educators' salaries

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