Teachers find demands on them growing, even when pay doesn't
Clip: 04/24/2019 | 8m 56s
New teacher strikes and walkouts are making headlines this year, but the issues they are raising are familiar. Educators are especially concerned about pay, school resources, growing responsibilities, testing policies and the role of charter schools. John Yang talks to two of the 2016 Teachers of the Year, Nate Bowling and Shawn Sheehan, about challenges and frustrations facing their profession.
Aired: 04/24/19Video has closed captioning.
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