Frenso Unified School District teachers protest at Sunnyside High School in 2016, calling for smaller class sizes and more nurses. The Fresno Teachers Association is taking up those same issues in ongoing negotiations with the district.
Frenso Unified School District teachers protest at Sunnyside High School in 2016, calling for smaller class sizes and more nurses. The Fresno Teachers Association is taking up those same issues in ongoing negotiations with the district. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Frenso Unified School District teachers protest at Sunnyside High School in 2016, calling for smaller class sizes and more nurses. The Fresno Teachers Association is taking up those same issues in ongoing negotiations with the district. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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