Bou Saab takes a photo as he checks on teachers correcting official exams in Beirut. (The Daily Star/Khalil Hassan)
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More than 90 percent of Lebanese teachers observed a strike Tuesday despite the Education Ministry's warning one day before that doing so would be illegal, threatening punitive measures.Bou Saab had announced a day earlier that he will take action against those who participate in the strike, which the Union Coordination Committee canceled but the Public Secondary School Teachers Association chose to go on with.The Private School Teachers Syndicate also took part in Tuesday's strike.Bou Saab also announced a day earlier that the results of reassessed second round official exams are expected to be announced later this week.
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