Education: Minneapolis on Strike

One day last week the second biggest teachers' strike in U.S. history†" broke out in Minneapolis — 92 schools shut down and 64,000 schoolkids on the loose. The next day Minneapolis School Superintendent Willard Goslin boarded a plane for Atlantic City. There he was inducted as pres ident of the Association of School Administrators, the No. 1 honor open to any U.S. school superintendent.

At first glance, the two events didn't seem to go together. But no one blamed Goslin for the strike. The union teachers (1,100 out of 2,200) were striking against a law he didn't like either, but could not...

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