The weeklong Arizona teacher strike was set to end with Gov. Doug Ducey's signature on a teacher pay raise plan Thursday—but teachers aren't declaring this a victory.
The teachers strikes, walkouts and protests in several states have been embraced by many pushing their cause under the social media moniker of #RedforEd and by teachers showing up at events dressed in bright red.
Arizona teachers say they don't think the budget deal meets all of their demands, but it will still be enough to call off the strike.
Teachers at Alliance College-Ready charter network, feeling left out of decision-making, have joined a union.
State legislators are debating a budget proposal that would boost teacher pay raises 20 percent by 2020 and invest $371 million in schools by 2023.
The state's governor and legislature has proposed a budget plan that would give teachers a 20 percent pay raise by 2020 and include $100 million in school funding.
As Arizona teachers prepare to extend their historic strike to Monday, they face threats of legal consequences.
Tens of thousands of teachers in Arizona and Colorado walked out of their classrooms today for more education funding and higher pay.
Arizona teachers are preparing to go on strike for more school funding and better pay, while Colorado educators are rallying at the capitol on Thursday and Friday.
For 2016-17, New York tops the list of average teacher salaries and Mississippi falls to the bottom, according to the National Education Association.