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Teacher Strikes / Marion, Indiana #259427

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 31, 1978
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(Studio) Teacher strikes reported in Illinois, LA, IN, Michigan and Pennsylvania.School bus driver strike in Knox Cnty., Tennessee, and in New Orleans, Louisiana, noted. Marion, IN, jailing of 8 teachers on judge's order reported
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Marion, IN) Film shown. Teachers shown in jail. [high school counselor Herb MORGAN - notes difficulty of negotiation with teachers in jail.] [HS teacher Sharon CONYERS - is committed to strike.] Extent of strike noted. [Striking TEACHERS - talk with students.] [MORGAN - says no education taking place.] [high school principal Richard PERSINGER - notes effect of strike.] [Marion school official West Ray LOCKWOOD - says negotiations at jail unacceptable.] Resumption of negotiations set for tonight.
REPORTER: Don Webster

Mudd, Roger;
Webster, Don

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