A public school teacher has turned to panhandling at an Oklahoma interstate off-ramp to raise money to buy classroom supplies for her third-grade students.
Teresa Danks, a teacher in the Tulsa Public Schools system, stood at the busy Interstate-44 intersection Tuesday begging for spare change with a scrawled sign that said, “Teacher Needs School Supplies! Anything Helps.”
“All I want to do is give those kids the best,” Danks told Fox 23 Tulsa.
State education budget cuts have forced Danks to pay for supplies with her own money, the station reported. Her teacher salary is $35,000.
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