Israel’s Junior Lecturers Postpone Strike

The Knesset Education Committee’s attempt to stave off a threatened strike by junior teaching faculty seemed to meet with success. Following the urgent meeting, held less than a week before the start of the second semester at the universities, it was decided that negotiations brokered by the Council for Higher Education would be held between the junior faculty and the university administrations. The lecturers agreed to wait two-week, while the talks were being held, before any work stoppages. Sion Keren, the chairman of the Junior Faculty Union, told the MKs that 5,000 academics were employed by universities as “junior faculty” […]
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