March 13, 1985
Vol. 04, Issue 25
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Another 5,000 Mississippi teachers joined a wildcat strike last week as tension mounted in the battle between teachers and politicians over a proposed salary increase.
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"We have the answer!" scream the multitudes of election-year politicians.
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We parents, teachers, and administrators used to know whom we were educating, when and where we were educating them, and what we were educating for.
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