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Map: Hundreds of Education Protests Planned for Tomorrow

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Tomorrow's National Day of Action to Defend Education will beget protests across the country, spanning 32 states with over hundred events planned in California alone. A variety of issues are at hand, most notably budget cuts to higher education and tuition hikes. However, as the Student Activism blog notes, "there is no one coordinating group behind March 4, no one agenda, no one ideological perspective."

At least 10 are occurring in the Los Angeles, including ones at CSUN, UCLA, Cal State LA, CSULB and Pershing Square in downtown, where rush hour impacts are anticipated.

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Already today, students took action at Cal State Fullerton by reportedly barricading themselves in a building during the early morning hours. Police apparently cited and released them, banning from campus for a week, according to Student Activism.