In West Virginia, teachers have ended their historic strike, after state officials agreed to raise the pay of all state workers by 5 percent. The strike began on February 22 and shut down every public school in the state. It was the longest teachers’ strike in West Virginia history. DN! speaks with Katie Endicott, a high school teacher and union activist in Mingo County, West Virginia.
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