"We're standing up for our students today to protest the excessive testing, which we view as educational malpractice. We are protesting the jump science known as APPR, known as the teacher evaluation system. We're protesting the violence in schools. We are also urging Central Office and the Board to listen to teachers," Wurz said.
60 to 70 teachers, parents and students were signed up to speak at tonight's board meeting, which began at 6:30 pm. We will have much more for you on this story tonight at 11, including district reaction.
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