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WTOP | Arizona teachers demand 20 percent raise at Capitol protest

A budget plan presented in January included $34 million for the second year of a teacher raise enacted last year, bringing the total raise to 2 percent. “His goal for to pass a budget in the next few weeks that continues to increase our investment in public education, but we won’t stop there,” the statement said. “We will continue each year to put more resources into K-12 education to better serve our teachers and students.” In Arizona, the new demands include that the state freeze all tax cuts until per-pupil spending catches up to national levels. A state audit from March 2017 shows that per-pupil spending here averages $9,136, compared to a national average of almost $12,500. The demands were unveiled by the grassroots group Arizona Educators United at a Capitol protest organized in conjunction with Save Our Schools Arizona and the Arizona PTA. Arizona Educators United has held three Capitol protests since early March. A sickout— where teachers collectively take sick leave as a form of protest — that was held last week by Pendergast Elementary School District teachers shuttered most schools in the west Phoenix and Glendale districts. “Our state has never seen educators stand up like this,” said Noah Karvelis, one of the Arizona Educators United co-founders. The demands also include competitive pay for education support professionals, a permanent teacher salary structure with annual raises, and a restoration of education funding to 2008 levels.

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