The Teachers Union announced Wednesday that due to the high school strike set for Thursday it was postponing internal exams.
On Monday, the exams and bagrut preparation classes went ahead as planned, following a ruling from the National Labor Court forbidding secondary school teachers from disrupting the students' testing schedule.
Nevertheless, the Teachers Union claimed that postponing the exams did not violate the ruling since the exams were to take place inside the schools and their schedules were, therefore, flexible.
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