As teachers head to the state capital to demand better school funding, strike leaders say Latinos’ role has been obscured

“Growing up as a kid in northern Wisconsin and Texas, I used to get in trouble for speaking Spanish at school,” said Rogelio Contreras, a 44-year-old Spanish teacher from Tulsa, as he navigated an ankle-twisting sequence of drainage ditches on the highway outside Warwick.

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