Leah Finnegan

Education Editor, Huffington Post

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Education editor for the Huffington Post

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Students and professors are challenging administrators and legislators today in more than 100 protests in 32 states.

Students Join National Protest against Education Budget Cuts

Students and professors are challenging administrators and legislators today in more than 100 protests in 32 states.

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