Pittsburgh teachers will strike Friday without a contract agreement - meaning kids could be out of school for the first time in 4 decades
- Pittsburgh public school teachers delivered a note to the district Monday threatening a strike.
- If an agreement between teachers and district administrators isn't reached before March 2, students won't have classes.
- It will be the first strike in the district in more than four decades.
The Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers, the union that represents public school educators, delivered a note to Superintendent Dr. Anthony Hamlet Monday providing a 96-hour notice so that parents can prepare for the strike, according to CBS. The note read:
Teachers in Pittsburgh Public Schools are planning to strike on Friday March 2 unless a contract agreement is reached, CBS Pittsburgh reported.
The strike would mean that more than 3,000 district employees would skip work until the district reaches an agreement.If teachers and district administrators don't come to a deal before Friday, it will be the first strike in more than four decades.
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