Justin Smith, a Students Deserve More protest marcher (with sign), is a High Point Central High School teacher who began his two-day, multi-mile march to the NC Legislature with about 15 other teachers, students and parents from across North Carolina at Wakefield High School in North Raleigh Tuesday afternoon. The group is one of two. The other group started marching Tuesday afternoon from eastern Durham County. Both are bound for the the Legislature for a rally Wednesday afternoon and potential meeting with NC Gov. Pat McCrory demanding that he do more for public education in North Carolina.
Justin Smith, a Students Deserve More protest marcher (with sign), is a High Point Central High School teacher who began his two-day, multi-mile march to the NC Legislature with about 15 other teachers, students and parents from across North Carolina at Wakefield High School in North Raleigh Tuesday afternoon. The group is one of two. The other group started marching Tuesday afternoon from eastern Durham County. Both are bound for the the Legislature for a rally Wednesday afternoon and potential meeting with NC Gov. Pat McCrory demanding that he do more for public education in North Carolina. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Justin Smith, a Students Deserve More protest marcher (with sign), is a High Point Central High School teacher who began his two-day, multi-mile march to the NC Legislature with about 15 other teachers, students and parents from across North Carolina at Wakefield High School in North Raleigh Tuesday afternoon. The group is one of two. The other group started marching Tuesday afternoon from eastern Durham County. Both are bound for the the Legislature for a rally Wednesday afternoon and potential meeting with NC Gov. Pat McCrory demanding that he do more for public education in North Carolina. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

NC educators marching 23 miles to ask Gov. McCrory to do more for students

June 14, 2016 11:10 AM

UPDATED June 14, 2016 09:38 PM

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