Thousands of Teachers Strike in Los Angeles

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Thousands of Teachers Strike in Los Angeles

Thousands of teachers in Los Angeles are still on the picket line today. They went on strike yesterday over wages and classroom sizes. Schools are still open and being staffed by substitutes, but yesterday Governor Gavin Newsom urged the teachers to return to their classrooms because the impasse is "disrupting the lives of too many kids and their families."
Guest: Deborah Roman, LA Unified Teacher

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