Stay the Course: A 'bullheaded group' inspired by students is hard to stop

Rosales, John
September 2017
NEA Today;Fall2017, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p1
The article offers information on groups of several education support professionals in the U.S. which advocate fair and quality education for students in the country. It discusses a board meeting and gathering in the Selah School District of Washington and the posting of fliers on bulletin boards at five school by the Selah Education members as well as the union's Rally for Respect event.


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