Teachers in Colorado say their livelihoods are on the line, and many are gathering at the state Capitol on Monday to lobby legislators attend a rally.
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A dozen high schoolers gave speeches, shared personal stories or performed. The student organizers also arranged for Democratic state Sen. Andy Kerr to say a few words.
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Paul Gordon, a junior at Arapahoe High School took part in the walkout, while Enzo Perri, a sophomore at Golden High School didn’t take part.
Students stood, hushed, for 17 minutes as balloons were released into a clear blue sky overhead.
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The coordinated protest was meant to mark one month since the deadly shooting in Florida.