Why thousands of Los Angeles teachers are on strike
Clip: 01/15/2019 | 7m 13s
Tens of thousands of teachers in Los Angeles went on strike Monday after months-long contract negotiations stalled. It’s the first strike in that huge school district, which extends 700 square miles, in three decades. Special correspondent Mary MacCarthy talks to Judy Woodruff about the teachers’ demands for more staff and higher pay and how schools, students and parents are reacting.
Aired: 01/15/19Video has closed captioning.
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