It felt different to bargain with the teachers, but it also made sense because we do our work together. We can’t work in silos. At the end of the day, it’s the children getting more services and resources. Who wouldn’t want that?
Quote by: Ellen Olsen, Sign Language Interpreter, Education Minnesota
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