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September 03, 1986

Teacher walkouts disrupted or canceled classes for 45,000 students in four states, and strikes called in districts where classes begin today threatened to affect at least 32,000 more students. Classroom walkouts affecting more than 24,000 students began in four districts in Michigan and one in Ohio, and strikes affecting more than 20,000 others continued in six districts in Illinois, Pennsylvania and Michigan. In 11 districts in Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Washington, New Jersey and Massachusetts, teachers began strikes that disrupted teacher-preparation sessions and could affect classes set to start today.

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