The Morning Brew: Oklahoma teachers continue walkout with large crowds
Walkout rolls on
With crowds noticeably larger than last week, thousands of teachers returned to the Oklahoma state Capitol on Monday.
They were joined by parents, students and other education advocates who helped kick off the second week of a statewide teacher walkout, which has shut down hundreds of schools across the state.
"We've got to keep this on their mind, this can't go away," said Kelly Dunn, a 26-year teacher from Sulphur, who was trying to meet with lawmakers. "We've got to get something accomplished."