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Seattle Times: Garfield students protest more cuts to schools




From our news partners at The Seattle Times: State legislators considering further cuts to education to close a $2 billion state budget shortfall have already heard from a variety of school administrators and advocates. By Brian M. Rosenthal.

 

 Mark Harrison/ The Seattle Times

Garfield High School students marched downtown Wednesday with a message for the Legislature that they are upset with cuts.

State legislators considering further cuts to education to close a $2 billion state budget shortfall have already heard from a variety of school administrators and advocates.

On Wednesday, a new group sought to insert itself into the discussion: students.

About 400 of them walked out of Seattle's Garfield High School and over to City Hall to make a statement about the importance of public education.

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