The Education Ministry building in Beirut, Monday, Dec. 22, 2014. (The Daily Star/Khalil Hassan)
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Lebanon's private school teachers' union has called for strikes to be held Tuesday and Wednesday as the teachers' wages have continued to remain largely unchanged despite the passage of a salary hike for public sector teachers.Rudolf Abboud, leader of Lebanon's Association of Private School Teachers, has repeatedly called for strikes aimed at implementing Law 46 – the salary scale law.It is this law that gives parent committees the responsibility of approving and monitoring school budgets, and says that when teachers' salaries increase, tuition also rises.
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