After much back and forth, Teacher's Union declare they will not go on strike

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August 31, 2015 19:40

 
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The Israeli Teacher's Union declared that they will not be going on strike after meeting with Education Minister Naftali Bennett on Monday.

"Naftali Bennett showed great interest in understanding the problems and the urge need for a solution, and promised to use all of their power to find a solution within the coming days," the Union said in a statement.

The strike, which was planned for September 1, will be postponed indefinitely.

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