8 February 1997 The strikers were threatened, blackmailed, their unions were banned from schools and school principals went around searching for strike breakers. A few years ago the quiet and humble teachers would have gone back to their classrooms. This time things are different. The government threats multiplied the number of striking schools and teachers […]

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