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Arizona teachers and education advocates march in front of the Arizona Capitol highlighting low teacher pay and school funding in Phoenix. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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Walkouts And Teacher Pay: How Did We Get Here?

School funding is down in many states, and U.S. teachers earned less last year, on average, than they did back in 1990.

Never Let Me Go Stacey Kent
Keep It Alive! Instro (Instrumental) Kero One

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Walkouts And Teacher Pay: How Did We Get Here?

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Safe In L.A. Gold Motel

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before Congress on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. Zach Gibson/Getty Images hide caption

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Media Or Tech Company? Facebook's Profile Is Blurry

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No Sleep - Instrumental Version Grieves

Rumors of the NECCO maker's impending demise have sparked a renewed interest in its products — especially its famous chalky-tasting wafers that some people love to hate. Dina Rudick/Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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NECCO-Mania: Fans Stock Up On Chalky Wafers In Case Candy Company Folds

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Speaker of the House Paul Ryan announces he will not seek re-election on Wednesday. Ryan, 48, cited wanting to be around his adolescent children more often. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'No Regrets': House Speaker Paul Ryan Will Not Seek Re-Election

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As a co-founder of a Chicago label and a member of 15 different local acts in the last decade, Nnamdi Ogbonnaya is a veteran of the city's music scene. Tojo Andrianarivo/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nnamdi Ogbonnaya Loves Being Chicago Rap's Oddball

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