As the March 1 Day of Action approaches, SF State faculty and students discuss the issues that have motivated them to participate in this national movement.

Students for Quality Education, or SQE, is a student-run component of the California Faculty Association that advocates for student rights in public higher education. Three students from SQE sat down to discuss their personal struggles in trying to finish college. A few members of the SF State faculty also discussed the issues they feel have plagued the public education system in California.

Reporting and interviewers by Juan De Anda, Melissa Burman, Godofredo Vasquez and Henry Nguyen.

Video produced by Juan De Anda, Godofredo Vasquez and Sara Donchey.

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