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May 29, 1992 - Image 63

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — A
walkout by 23,000 high
school teachers last weekend
threw Israel's education
system into shambles but
won the solidarity of college
professors and got some
responsive action from the
Cabinet.
The teachers, members of
the Federation of Secondary
School Teachers, one of two
high school teachers unions
in Israel, called a two-day
work stoppage to protest the
erosion of their salaries.
About 600 schools around
the country were affected.
The teachers were sup-
ported by professors and in-
structors at Israel's seven
major universities, who
canceled lectures and semi-
nars in sympathy, though
other academic activities
were unaffected.
The Cabinet authorized
Education Minister Zevulun
Hammer to investigate the
wage erosion experienced by
teachers since 1989. But the
striking teachers insist that
the investigation go back at
least seven years.
They admit their
paychecks have remained
fairly stable over the past
two years but slipped badly
before then.
Thousands of students
were in a quandary, mean-
while, trying to find out to
which of the rival unions
their teachers belonged in
order to know whether or not
they would have classes.
Final examinations and
college entrance exams
scheduled for next week
could be affected if the
teachers decide to stage an-
other walkout. Education
Minister Hammer warned
angrily that he would hire
strikebreakers from outside
the tenured ranks to monitor
the tests if necessary.

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