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Teachers Strike Ends in Dallas School District

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DALLAS TOWNSHIP -- Students are heading back to class after a teachers strike in Luzerne County.

Teachers in the Dallas School District have been on strike since last month.

Though they have not reached an agreement with the school district, the teachers agreed to return to the classroom.

Teachers and students will be back in school Monday.

6 comments

  • Bleepnoid

    I’m surprised anybody wants to work in this district. The comments on all these strike stories are so negative. What scares me is the desire to bust a union is so against what our nation stands. Seems like Socialists dominate in Dallas.

    • concernedcommuter

      What it amounts to is the people can no long afford to have their taxes raised to pay for their desires. Everything they get comes right out of the taxpayers pocket. The tax base can only support just so much and then it runs out of money.

  • nasca7

    “Though they have not reached an agreement with the school district, the teachers agreed to return to the classroom.” The walkout ended for two main reasons. First, the state was about to send the teachers back to the classrooms anyway to comply with the 180 day rule. Secondly, it’s too cold to picket.

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