Colorado teachers to rally at Capitol for school funding

Colorado teachers to rally at Capitol for school funding

Colorado teachers to rally at Capitol for school funding

Colorado's teachers' union expects more than 400 teachers at a rally that's planned for Monday at the state's Capitol in Denver. "In order to try to keep the classroom teachers, then they've got to get rid of electives".

Becky Moraja, a teacher at Colorado's Finest High School of Choice in Englewood, said she and her family moved in with her mother in the past to survive on the salaries of her and her husband, who is also a teacher, rather than work two jobs.

Some district teachers will head to the Capitol. Many teachers all over the country have been coming together on Facebook and planning strikes and "walk ins".

"I'm going to tell them I'm here for them", Peardot said.

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The rally, which was organized by the Colorado Education Association (the state's largest teachers' union), comes as the House Finance Committee hears Senate Bill 200. When the state House Majority Leader John Allen heard of this past year he said, "The idea that we are somehow torturing if the have a second job is ridiculous".

The chief says he doesn't know if the boy had been bullied or had mental health issues.

The Englewood School District canceled classes ahead of the movement because so many teachers are expected to participate. "As teachers, we've become complacent".

"The positive state revenue forecast clearly demonstrates there is substantially more money available this year and therefore we can and must do a better job funding our public schools", Dallman said.

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They rallied outside the building Monday, holding signs and chanting slogans like "You left me no choice".

And even though lawmakers tried to reverse some of those cuts by passing a almost $500 million tax to increase spending, it's not enough, said Robin Wiser, a high school science teacher from Berryhill.

"If we want to recruit and retain teachers, we have to offer a living wage and a viable retirement", Roman said.

Some teachers told CBS4 they are exhausted of having to take time away from the classroom to rally and fix the numerous issues within public education. Per-pupil spending in Colorado has ranked near the bottom in the nation.

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