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45 Pennsylvania Teachers Resign Over Student Violence

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School district teachers in Pennsylvania’s capital requested support after multiple educators resigned due to student violence, Penn Live reported Monday. At a Monday Harrisburg School Board meeting, a dozen teachers and parents asked for stricter responses to classroom disruptions. According to the Harrisburg Education Association (HEA), at least 45 teachers resigned between July and October.
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