Teachers threaten 'safety strikes' over schools reopening amid coronavirus
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One of the largest teacher unions in the nation is open to "safety strikes" if states reopen schools without taking adequate steps to protect students and teachers from coronavirus.
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The American Federation of Teachers approved a resolution on Tuesday outlining its requirements for reopening schools in the fall.
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"Nothing is off the table when it comes to the safety and health of those we represent and those we serve, including supporting local and/or state affiliate safety strikes on a case-by-case basis as a last resort," the group said in the resolution.
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