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West Virginia Teachers Will Continue Striking For Second Day

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West Virginia Teachers Will Continue Striking For Second Day

West Virginia Teachers Will Continue Striking For Second Day

According to the Huffington Post a West Virginia teachers strike is going to continue into its second day Wednesday.

The strike is moving on even though Virginia's House of Delegates have voted to delay the education reform bill that teachers had been protesting.

Leaders of the protest have announced that they will continue to strike through Wednesday because they want to make sure the Senate will not revive its efforts.

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