Arizona teacher protests

FILE - In this Wednesday, March 28, 2018 file photo, Arizona teachers and education advocates march at the Arizona Capitol protesting low teacher pay and school funding in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File) Arizona teachers protest their low pay and school funding in front of a local radio station waiting for Republican Gov. Doug Ducey to show up for a live broadcast Tuesday, April 10, 2018, in Phoenix. Arizona teachers are threatening a statewide walkout, following the lead of educators in other states. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Teachers at Humphrey Elementary school participate in a state-wide walk-in prior to classes Wednesday, April 11, 2018, in Chandler, Ariz. Arizona teachers are demanding a 20 percent pay raise and more than $1 billion in new education funding. (AP Photo/Matt York) Teachers at Humphrey Elementary school participate in a state-wide walk-in prior to classes Wednesday, April 11, 2018, in Chandler, Ariz. Arizona teachers are demanding a 20 percent pay raise and more than $1 billion in new education funding. (AP Photo/Matt York) Teachers at Humphrey Elementary school participate in a state-wide walk-in prior to classes Wednesday, April 11, 2018, in Chandler, Ariz. Arizona teachers are demanding a 20 percent pay raise and more than $1 billion in new education funding. (AP Photo/Matt York) (AP Photo/Matt York) In this Wednesday, April 11, 2018, photo, Stefanie Lowe, a teacher at Tuscano Elementary School, smiles as she joins other teachers, parents and students as they stage a "walk-in" for higher pay and school funding in Phoenix. To help make ends meet Lowe is a Lyft driver in order to supplement her teaching salary in Arizona, where teachers are paid some of the lowest wages in the country. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) 
              Teacher Jennifer Galluzzo casts her ballot outside Paseo Verde Elementary Wednesday, April 18, 2018 in Peoria, Ariz. Arizona teachers are weighing whether to walk out of their classrooms to demand more school funding after weeks of growing protests, a vote that's raising questions about how an unprecedented strike could play out across the state's education system. (AP Photo/Matt York)
            Teacher Ann Russell holds a sign outside Paseo Verde Elementary Wednesday, April 18, 2018 in Peoria, Ariz. Arizona teachers are weighing whether to walk out of their classrooms to demand more school funding after weeks of growing protests -- a vote that's raising questions about how an unprecedented strike could play out across the state's education system. (AP Photo/Matt York) Teacher Andrew Brothers casts his ballot outside Paseo Verde Elementary Wednesday, April 18, 2018 in Peoria, Ariz. Arizona teachers are weighing whether to walk out of their classrooms to demand more school funding after weeks of growing protests -- a vote that's raising questions about how an unprecedented strike could play out across the state's education system. (AP Photo/Matt York) Teachers and students wave to motorists outside Paseo Verde Elementary Wednesday, April 18, 2018 in Peoria, Ariz. Arizona teachers are weighing whether to walk out of their classrooms to demand more school funding after weeks of growing protests -- a vote that's raising questions about how an unprecedented strike could play out across the state's education system. (AP Photo/Matt York) Teachers Cassi Igo and Andrew Brothers cast their ballots outside Paseo Verde Elementary Wednesday, April 18, 2018 in Peoria, Ariz. Arizona teachers are weighing whether to walk out of their classrooms to demand more school funding after weeks of growing protests -- a vote that's raising questions about how an unprecedented strike could play out across the state's education system. (AP Photo/Matt York) FILE - In this April 11 2018 file photo, teachers at Tuscano Elementary School stage a "walk-in" for higher pay and school funding in Phoenix. Arizona teachers began to vote Tuesday, April 17 on whether to walk off the job in their push for more funding for education. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File) 
              A parent of a student of Paseo Elementary shouts his protest to teacher Tammy Custis as teachers gather outside the elementary school Wednesday, April 18, 2018 in Peoria, Ariz. to vote whether to walk out of their classrooms to demand more school funding after weeks of growing protests. The man was detained and removed by local police officers. (AP Photo/Matt York)
            
              Teachers wave to motorists outside Paseo Verde Elementary Wednesday, April 18, 2018 in Peoria, Ariz. Arizona teachers are weighing whether to walk out of their classrooms to demand more school funding after weeks of growing protests — a vote that's raising questions about how an unprecedented strike could play out across the state's education system. (AP Photo/Matt York)
            In this Wednesday, April 18, 2018 photo, Paseo Verde Elementary school teacher Tammy Custis attends a rally outside Paseo Verde Elementary school in Peoria, Ariz. The public education uprisings that began in West Virginia and spread to Arizona, Oklahoma and Kentucky share similar origin stories. Teachers, long tired of low wages and a dearth of state funding, begin talking to each other online. Their Facebook groups draw tens of thousands of members. They share stories of their frustrations and then they demand change. (AP Photo/Matt York)