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Quincy teachers are ordered back

Walked off job yesterday after bargaining stalled

Quincy teachers, shown at Quincy High School, went on strike yesterday. It is unclear if the union will appeal an order to return. Quincy teachers, shown at Quincy High School, went on strike yesterday. It is unclear if the union will appeal an order to return. (GEORGE RIZER/GLOBE STAFF)
By Claire Cummings
Globe Correspondent / June 9, 2007

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QUINCY -- A day after the last seniors graduated and with summer vacation looming, Quincy teachers walked off the job yesterday over stalled contract negotiations, shutting down the city's 19 schools and giving the district's approximately 9,000 students an unexpected day off. (Full article: 648 words)

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