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From left: Carihi teachers Chris Hayduk, Christine Knight and Alana Jorgensen join the picket line on what was to be the first day of classes. - Mike Davies/The Mirror
From left: Carihi teachers Chris Hayduk, Christine Knight and Alana Jorgensen join the picket line on what was to be the first day of classes.
— image credit: Mike Davies/The Mirror

Carihi teachers Chris Hayduk, Christine Knight and Alana Jorgensen join the picket line on what was to be the first day of classes.

“We want to be in class teaching,” said Jorgensen. “But instead we’re out here.” For the latest on the teachers strike, see “Teachers strike at ‘impasse’ after talks fail” on page 24.

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