Jersey City’s 4,000-member teachers’ union strikes for first time since 1998

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For the first time in 20 years, Jersey City’s public school teachers have gone on strike. The work stoppage, which will see some 3,100 teachers walk off the job today, comes after months of failed negotiations between the Jersey City Education Authority — the union representing the teachers and school nurses — and the Jersey City…



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