Thousands of teachers last week gathered at the state Capitol to rally for better pay and education funding and more protections for their retirement plans.

It's an important issue to many 9NEWS readers and viewers, and we have received a great deal of feedback about it.

We rounded up the 9NEWS coverage last week on the topic of teacher pay and education funding.

Teachers gather at the Capitol to demand education funding

‘It’s better to be a part of history than in a history class:’ Students weigh in on teacher rally

Second rally draws thousands of teachers to state capitol

We asked teachers why they protested at the Capitol

Gov. Hickenlooper addresses teachers at rally

Volunteers are making sure students are fed despite teacher walkouts

Not everyone supports teacher protests

President of the Colorado Education Association sits down on Next

If you hear Colorado ranks 46th nationally in average teacher pay, it’s not true

'Most of my income goes to supplies for my kids:' Teachers explain how their pay impacts students

TABOR, Colorado education funding and the teacher protests (for Dummies)

Teachers protest outside Capitol as Education Committee meets in half-filled room

These districts are canceling class today due to teacher walkouts

English teacher shares perspective on protests

DPS Shakespeare Festival will go on despite teacher walkout

Even if teachers rally at Colorado's capitol, it's too late to change the next state budget

Aurora teachers who rally at capitol will be taking unpaid leave

Amid strikes, Americans back teacher raises

Why it's unlikely there will be a statewide teacher strike in Colorado