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Weekly podcast: Teachers protest low pay at capitol, first STEM school for students with autism opens


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  • David Marino Jr./AZEdNews

Former Teacher Mary MacKay With Son Cameron March Along With Leah Knaeble At The State Capitol Wih Their "boards" That They Have Bought With Money From Second Jobs On May. 2, 2017 In PHoenix. Their Boats Were A Jab At A Recent Comment From A State Legislator. Photo Courtesy David Kadlubowski/The Arizona Republic

AZEdNews’ David Marino Jr. reviews this week’s top news stories.

Hear about how Arizona teachers protested their low pay at the state capitol by holding a boat parade to mock a legislator’s comment that part-time jobs are not a bad thing.

Find out more about the first STEM school for students with autism in South Phoenix.

Learn more about how various efforts being used in U.S. schools may be working to decrease bullying.

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