Teachers, students and supporters march in front of the Capitol on April 2 during a walkout aimed at increasing education funding. Credit: Whitney Bryen / Oklahoma Watch

Other than the chants and speeches – and the size of the crowd – the dominant feature of Monday’s education march at the Capitol was the ubiquity of signs and posters. The cleverness of many of them showed how teachers, students and supporters pulled out all the stops to craft messages for media attention and maximum effect.

Here’s a large sampling:

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