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More Districts Support Teachers' Potential Walkout

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Oklahoma's five largest school districts now support a teacher walkout.

Putnam City Public Schools rounded out the top five with a vote Tuesday night

Teachers and supporters packed into Putnam City's board room and left breathing a sigh of relief for now. 

In a unanimous vote, the board passed a resolution designating April 2 as an advocacy day.

But some teachers are concerned about what happens if the walkout goes on for too long.

03/14/2018 Related Story: OKC Zoo, City Rec Centers To Offer Activities In Event Of Walkout

Board members however say they haven't made any decisions yet on what happens next.

After holding a town hall meeting on this issue Tuesday, Yukon's school board will vote Wednesday on whether to support teachers who strike. 

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