September 25, 1989
Parents in at least 90% of Utah's school districts were urged to keep their children home today in the face of a statewide strike by teachers angered because the Legislature voted a tax cut last week instead of diverting money from a $94-million state surplus to education. Jim Campbell, president of the Utah Education Assn., said the strategy for a boycott appeared "as far as possible, under control. It's going to be a one-day protest against the Legislature . . .