Red-shirted members of the Kansas National Education Association in the gallery of the Kansas House chamber raise their hands to show support for public schools as lawmakers left for a break in April. The KNEA is the state's largest teachers' union and has protested education funding and the rewriting of tenure rules.
Red-shirted members of the Kansas National Education Association in the gallery of the Kansas House chamber raise their hands to show support for public schools as lawmakers left for a break in April. The KNEA is the state's largest teachers' union and has protested education funding and the rewriting of tenure rules. File photo The Associated Press
Red-shirted members of the Kansas National Education Association in the gallery of the Kansas House chamber raise their hands to show support for public schools as lawmakers left for a break in April. The KNEA is the state's largest teachers' union and has protested education funding and the rewriting of tenure rules. File photo The Associated Press

Teachers take offensive politically in Kansas

June 30, 2014 12:06 PM

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