If protesters don’t show up in huge numbers, school boards will ignore them

Well-publicized protests against state education decisions have drawn less than overwhelming crowds so far. The protest last weekend in Bethlehem was attended by between 100 and 200 people. Bethlehem, itself, has more than 75,000 residents. The Bethlehem Area School District has tens of thousands more residents. And only 200 turned out to protest Pennsylvania’s education budget cuts. If people don’t show up, the message to Harrisburg will be: people don’t really care, do what you want.

 Read the lehighvalleylive.com article here.

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