Sep 09, 2015

Seattle teachers to strike on 1st day of school Wednesday

SEATTLE (AP) — Teachers in Seattle will walk picket lines Wednesday after last-minute negotiations over wages and other issues failed to avert a strike in Washington state's largest school district. Members of the Seattle Education Association, which represents about 5,000 teachers, substitutes and support staff, had previously authorized a walkout. School was set to begin Wednesday for 53,000 in...

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