United Teachers of Dade President Fedrick Ingram, left center, and Miami-Dade Public Schools Board Member Dr. Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall, right center, joined hundreds of teachers, parents, students and politicians for UTD's "Walk a Mile in Our Shoes," a union-organized march along Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami. The goal: to raise awareness of issues facing Miami-Dade County's public schools, to garner support of public education, and to protest the turning over of charter schools to corporate, for-profit interests. The march culminated at the Friendship Torch. City of Miami Police cars escorted the marchers.
United Teachers of Dade President Fedrick Ingram, left center, and Miami-Dade Public Schools Board Member Dr. Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall, right center, joined hundreds of teachers, parents, students and politicians for UTD's "Walk a Mile in Our Shoes," a union-organized march along Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami. The goal: to raise awareness of issues facing Miami-Dade County's public schools, to garner support of public education, and to protest the turning over of charter schools to corporate, for-profit interests. The march culminated at the Friendship Torch. City of Miami Police cars escorted the marchers. Miami
United Teachers of Dade President Fedrick Ingram, left center, and Miami-Dade Public Schools Board Member Dr. Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall, right center, joined hundreds of teachers, parents, students and politicians for UTD's "Walk a Mile in Our Shoes," a union-organized march along Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami. The goal: to raise awareness of issues facing Miami-Dade County's public schools, to garner support of public education, and to protest the turning over of charter schools to corporate, for-profit interests. The march culminated at the Friendship Torch. City of Miami Police cars escorted the marchers. Miami

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