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Michigan Teachers Who Strike Could Lose License Under New Legislation

Michigan lawmakers think educators need to be taught a lesson when it comes to missing school.If new state legislation passes, teachers participating in illegal strikes could have their licenses revoked for two years — or permanently in som…

Michigan lawmakers think educators need to be taught a lesson when it comes to missing school.

If new state legislation passes, teachers participating in illegal strikes could have their licenses revoked for two years — or permanently in some cases.

Even though teacher strikes are illegal under state law, Republican lawmakers say strikes handled at the local level often go unpunished, the Associated Press reports. And they want to change that.

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