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We asked educators participating in Red for Ed, 'Why are you here?' This is what they said.

Posted: 11:59 AM, Nov 19, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-19 13:56:38-05
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INDIANAPOLIS — Thousands of teachers, educators and even students gathered on the lawn of the Indiana Statehouse Tuesday for 'Red for Ed' in support of their schools.

Educators who participated had numerous reasons to be there and many had to do with school funding and licensing, but there was also so many little stories that explained just what is happening in their schools.

We spoke to those educators and asked them, "Why are you here?"

This is what they said:

Jennings County

North Gibson educator describes why she's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

Fairmount

Fairmount educator describes why she's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

Shelbyville

Shelbyville educator describes why she's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

Wayne Township

Wayne Township educator describes why he's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

Columbus

Columbus educator describes why he's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

Decatur

Decatur educator describes why she's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

Wayne Township

Wayne Township educator describes why she's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

Jennings County

Jennings County educator describes why she's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

Kokomo

Kokomo educator describes why she's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

Elkhart

Elkhart educator describes why she's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

Peru

Peru educator describes why she's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

Evansville

Evansville educators describes why she's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

New Albany

New Albany educator describes why she's taking part in 'Red for Ed'

Evansville

Evansville educator describes why she's taking part in 'Red for Ed'