Thousands descend on the state Capitol

On April 26 and 27, more than 14,000 educators from all over the state descended on the state Capitol to let lawmakers know that they "aren't gonna take it anymore."

Here are some photos from the incredible Days of Action:

Here is a list of coverage from the local to the national outlets:

April 26 Coverage: 
Local Coverage:

 

National Coverage:

 

April 27 Coverage: 

Local Coverage:

  • Denver Post: Colorado teachers rally for a second day at the state Capitol to demand education funding increase
  • Denver Post: Responses to teacher walkouts and protests over better pay (five letters). Republished in Burlington Record.
  • Fox 31: Thousands descend on downtown Denver for second day of teacher protests
  • KUSA: 'Most of my income goes to supplies for my kids:' Teachers explain how their pay impacts students
  • CBS 4Some Lawmakers Question Timing Of Colorado Teacher Protests
  • The Denver Channel: 'Fund our schools!' Colorado teachers kick off first of two days of rallies for better funding, pay
  • KUNC: Colorado Teachers Demand More Public School Funding At Two-Day Walkout
  • KGNUTeachers Rally at State Capitol
  • Denverite: We asked Colorado teachers about their salaries and classroom needs. Here’s what they said
  • The Gazette: Live Updates: Colorado teachers rally at the State Capitol
  • KOAA: Thousands of Colorado teachers to converge on state capitol
  • Westword: Colorado Teacher Protests: Jail Threats, Strike Prospects, Possible Solutions
  • Boulder Daily Camera: Boulder County teachers prepare to rally at state Capitol for more funding
  • Vail Daily: Colorado teachers push for more funding at state Capitol
  • Aurora Sentinel: APS, Cherry Creek schools close Friday as teachers join second day of protests at Colorado Capitol

National Coverage:

KELO (Sioux Falls, SD) Colorado, Arizona teachers rally for second day over pay, funding