Teachers in France join in protest over school attacks

03/29/2010 | GlobalPost.com

Teachers in France say a series of violent attacks in schools -- which they say are the result of cutbacks and job losses -- led them to strike along with civil servants last week. "We're eliminating a lot of jobs and not replacing those of the teachers who retire," one teacher said. "Conditions in the classrooms are deteriorating, and teachers have had enough."

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