The teachers - dressed in red - are protesting over a breakdown in negotiations with the South Australian Government over their new enterprise bargaining agreement. Flinders Street has been blocked off to all traffic, with protesters making their way to the rally from all corners of the city. Signs stating "Try Harder Gardner" and "More Funding For Our Kids" were being waved to loud music. Police are monitoring traffic conditions and pedestrian movements. School is set to resume at 12:15pm at the 192 schools that are closed. Australian Education Union (AEU) SA president Howard Spreadbury said he was very happy with the number of teachers who joined the rally. "I'm very pleased with the massive turnout of our members and community supports sending a very clear and definite message to the Marshall Government that they need to take us seriously and start listening to what we're putting [to] them in relation to our members' conditions and the learning environments of our students," Mr...
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