TULSA, Okla. — School officials say class will not be in session on election day.
The Tulsa Public School Board approved the measure in a unanimous vote Monday.
The change means that school will not be in session on November elections, allowing teachers more time to vote.
It comes after a statewide teacher walkout over teacher pay and education funding and pushes by educators to become more politically active in the state.
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