Pennsylvania District's 1986 Strike Unconstitutional, State Court Rules

October 1990
Education Week;10/31/1990, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p2
The article reports on the state court ruling that the teacher strike staged by the North Pennsylvania Education Association in Pennsylvania is illegal. It is considered unconstitutional because the strike deprived students of their constitutional right to efficient education even if the school district held classes on holidays and extended the calendar into the summer in an attempt to make up work.


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