Few happy with proposed Pennsylvania bill barring teacher strikes

01/11/2006 | Philly.com (Philadelphia)

Proposed legislation in Pennsylvania would replace teachers' right to strike with binding arbitration, a policy shift both the state teachers' unions and the school board association oppose. Teachers want to maintain the current cycle of talks and strike before binding arbitration is imposed, while the school board group says the bill yields too much local control to a third party.

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