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400 High School Students Walk Out to Protest Budget Cuts

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Like last Friday, a number of students from Santee and Lincoln High Schools protested budget cuts and teacher layoffs this morning. They marched to the LAUSD headquarters in downtown where Superintendent Ray Cortines spoke to them, according to Cuts Hurt Kids on Twitter. Last week, students and teachers protested ending with a around 40 educators in jail.

Update: It was originally reported as 200, but we are not hearing it's more like 400

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