PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — A Phoenix teveryer is organizing a stroll-in protest Monday morning to get extra assist for public education. Chico Robinson says some mom and father, teachers, and college students will put on all black Monday morning. Earlier than packages at Kenilworth Elementary start, the group will stand on the sidestroll holding indicators and chanting assist for public school funding.
“That might not one factor that We now Want to play video games with,” Robinson said. “That might not the second We now Want to play politics. This is the second We now Want to respect our college students and public education. Somefactor Ought to be equal For every Definitely one of our college students.”
Kenilworth Elementary School in Phoenix, Arizona.
If state lawmakers Do not override the spending cap on March 1, schools might lose Greater than $1 billion in funding. Each public school district would lose lots of of hundreds to hundreds of hundreds of dollars, and That would strain schools To reduce teachers and programming For school youngsters.
“I envision simply With The power To return To Highschool, tevery And are out there house to my household and work on planning, not having To maintain public schools open,” Robinson said.
Gov. Ducey’s former chief of staff said on ‘Politics Unplugged’ that funding Is not The Most very important menace To Highschools. Daniel Scarpinato said A pair of weeks in the past that teveryer unions demanding To return to digital studying was The Most very important menace. Lawmakers Would want to vote with a 2/3 majority to override the spending cap before March 1, 2022.
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