CSU Faculty Begins Vote on Whether to Strike
Tuesday, March 6, 2007
Tom Fudge: Professors at San Diego State and Cal State San Marcos began voting yesterday on whether they should go on strike. The strike vote is happening all across the CSU system. And it could lead to the first strike in the history of the CSU, which is the nation's biggest public university system.
This labor dispute involves professors, librarians, counselors and coaches. And the issue is pretty simple. They want to make more money. Ana Tintocalis is the KPBS education reporter, and she's covering the strike vote.
- Ana Tintocalis, education reporter for KPBS News.
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