From the CNN article:
From Race to the Top to "Waiting for 'Superman,' " Americans have been talking about public education reform -- and arguing about how to do it.
On a sweltering afternoon last week, an estimated 5,000 teachers, parents and students went to Washington to make their case for what to do.
Billed as the Save Our Schools March and National Call to Action, the protest was a loosely organized grass-roots coalition of teachers and parents. Their goals: More equitable funding for schools, more social service supports for families, more local control over curriculum and an end to high-stakes standardized tests.
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"After school reform march, teachers question what's next"