Whether or not you like the tactics of teacher “walk-ins”, what is most encouraging is that they have spread to 900 schools across 30 cities and they are coordinated – occurring at the same place at the same time. The unions should be given credit for pulling this off.
In a walk-in, teachers gather 30-40 minutes before work, often wearing union T-shirts or colors. They meet with parents, school employees, and education activists; take pictures; talk to media and elected officials; and then all walk into school in unison.
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