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April 25, 2001 | SUSAN ESSOYAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Under threat of federal intervention, Hawaii's public school teachers and the state settled a 20-day strike Tuesday that had kept 183,000 children out of class, frazzled parents and drained teachers' pocketbooks across the state. "This has been a tremendous struggle, but we've all come out of it unified," said Karen Ginoza, president of the Hawaii State Teachers Assn. "This is a good contract. It will help us to compete on a national level.
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April 25, 2001 | SUSAN ESSOYAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Under threat of federal intervention, Hawaii's public school teachers and the state settled a 20-day strike Tuesday that had kept 183,000 children out of class, frazzled parents and drained teachers' pocketbooks across the state. "This has been a tremendous struggle, but we've all come out of it unified," said Karen Ginoza, president of the Hawaii State Teachers Assn. "This is a good contract. It will help us to compete on a national level.
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