Evelyn Martinez

student at Roosevelt High School in Los Angeles

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Student at Roosevelt High School in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles and a reporter for Youth Radio

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The  teachers' union  is threatening to strike against  LA Unified School Distric t over salaries and crowded classrooms.

LA's Overcrowded Classrooms

The teachers' union is threatening to strike against LA Unified School Distric t over salaries and crowded classrooms.

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