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Video series on ‘The Changing Face of the Arizona Teacher’

With the Arizona Capitol in the background, thousands of teachers continue to protest Thursday, May 3, 2018, in Phoenix. After an all night legislative budget session the legislature passed the new education spending portion of the budget and Republican Gov. Doug Ducey signed that part of the budget. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

KTAR News 92.3 FM continues to cover education in Arizona. This week’s focus is on “The Changing Face of the Arizona Teacher.”

In early May, after a six-day teacher walkout that included daily rallies at the Arizona Capitol, Gov. Doug Ducey signed a budget that included a 20 percent increase in teacher pay by 2020, including 10 percent for the coming year.

KTAR News 92.3 FM takes a closer look at what the raises mean for Arizona’s education system and what the teacher movement might mean for state politics.

A month after six-day walkout, pay for Arizona teachers trending upward


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