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TODAY surprises 2 LA teachers who are going above and beyond

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Ninety-four percent of public school teachers spend their own money on classroom supplies, and they’re often overworked with large class sizes. TODAY’s Donna Farizan has the full story of Kendra Anderson and Erika Castaneda at 99th Street elementary in Los Angeles and she reveals a slew of donations. (Sponsored by Amazon.)