OKLAHOMA CITY -- After Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin compared teachers protesting for increased education funding for public schools to teenagers wanting a better car, teachers responded with a chant Wednesday.
Teachers followed Fallin up stairs at the Capitol, took out their keys and chanted "Where's my car!" Watch below:
— Dawn Brockman (@dawnbrockman) April 4, 2018
In an interview with CBS on Tuesday, Gov. Mary Fallin said, "Teachers want more. But it's kind of like a teenager wanting a better car."
Oklahoma lawmakers will convene rare Friday sessions as protesting school teachers continue to fill the state Capitol and demand more funding for public education.
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