At least six school districts were forced to close as a wave of teachers called in sick to protest ‘half-truths’ and ‘shadiness’

At least six Kentucky school districts were forced to close on Thursday, including the two largest systems in the state, as a wave of teachers called in sick to protest what one leader called “half-truths” and “shadiness” at the state legislature.

The “sick out” was organized by the group KY 120 United, a reference to the state’s 120 counties, which encouraged teachers in a Facebook post Wednesday night to call in sick.

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