1.5 million students begin school year as planned

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September 1, 2010 11:33

 
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The 2010 school year began as planned Wednesday morning, with 1.5 million students attending educational institutions, Israel Radio reported.

The National Labor Court ruled overnight Tuesday that the planned warning strike organized by the high school teachers' organization was illegal and therefore the school year at middle and high schools was scheduled to begin Wednesday morning, as planned.

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