What a day in Kentucky and Oklahoma as teachers band together and fight for their schools, students and their families.

Here are some of the most up-to-date reports on their efforts (you might also be interested in The Best Resources For Learning About – & Supporting – The West Virginia Teachers):

Oklahoma, Kentucky public schools close as thousands of teachers walk out is from NBC News.

Oklahoma governor compares striking teachers to a ‘a teenage kid that wants a better car’ is from The Washington Post.

Oklahoma Teachers End Walkout After Winning Raises and Additional Funding is from The NY Times.

Kentucky Is Learning That You Can’t Have School Without Teachers is from The Huff Post.

Teachers Are Going on Strike in Trump’s America is from Politico.

Behind Oklahoma’s teacher strike: Years of tax cuts and an energy slump is from The Washington Post.

Walkouts And Teacher Pay: How Did We Get Here? is from NPR.

Teacher Walkouts Threaten Republican Grip on Conservative States is from The NY Times.

The Oklahoma Teacher Strike Has Ended – Here’s What They Got. And What They Didn’t is from TIME.

Which states might experience the next wave of teacher strikes? is from Brookings.

Arizona’s governor promises to give teachers a pay raise in effort to avert a strike is from Vox.

And, in another state:

Arizona Governor Agrees To 20 Percent Raise For Protesting Teachers is from NPR.

Arizona Teachers Vote for the First-Ever Statewide Walkout to Demand Increased Funding is from TIME.

Kentucky Governor Apologizes For Comments On Teachers’ Strike is from NPR.

25-Year-Old Textbooks and Holes in the Ceiling: Inside America’s Public Schools is from The NY Times.

Teachers’ strikes: meet the leaders of the movement marching across America is from The Guardian.

Arizona teachers want more than a raise. They want public schools funded again. is from Vox.