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October 13, 2014
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Paul educators walked the picket line and ushered in a new era of collective bargaining
BYLINE: Doug Belden, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minn.
Nov. 26--When Dorothy Waldmann-Gruidl left her outstate Minnesota teaching job for the chance to teach music in St. Paul public schools in 1946, she took a cut in pay, got larger class sizes and had to work in a condemned building...
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Paul protested their working conditions by launching the first organized teachers' strike in U.S. history.
After a little more than a month, the strikers prevailed, ushering in a new era of collective bargaining for teachers nationwide and sowing the seeds of St. Paul schools' eventual separation from city control...
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