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ERIC Number: ED070159
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Dec
Reference Count: 0
Teacher Strikes, Work Stoppages, and Interruptions of Service, 1970-71. NEA Research Memo.
The information in this report reveals that an estimated 89,651 teachers participated in strike action and that an estimated 717,217 man-days of instruction were involved in work stoppages that varied in duration from one day to 12 weeks. Tables provide data on (1) man-days involved; (2) strikes and work stoppages by organization, month, and State; (3) strikes and work stoppages (by type of organization involved) from January 1940 to June 1971; (4) strikes and work stoppages by school year, month, organization, and by State from July 1960 through June 1971; and (5) system-by-system listing of strikes during 1970-71. A related document, EA 004 677, covers the same information for the period 1969-70. (JF)
Descriptors: Statistical Data, Tables (Data), Teacher Administrator Relationship, Teacher Associations, Teacher Employment, Teacher Militancy, Teacher Strikes, Teachers
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Authoring Institution: National Education Association, Washington, DC. Research Div.