LA Students Prep For A Teacher Strike Monday: 'It's So Much Bigger Than A Pay Raise' Teachers in Los Angeles plan to go on strike Monday morning for the first time in 30 years. The union is asking for increased salaries, smaller class sizes and more nurses and librarians.
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LA Students Prep For A Teacher Strike Monday: 'It's So Much Bigger Than A Pay Raise'

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LA Students Prep For A Teacher Strike Monday: 'It's So Much Bigger Than A Pay Raise'

LA Students Prep For A Teacher Strike Monday: 'It's So Much Bigger Than A Pay Raise'

LA Students Prep For A Teacher Strike Monday: 'It's So Much Bigger Than A Pay Raise'

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Teachers in Los Angeles are set to strike tomorrow after the teachers' union and the district failed to negotiate a new contract. The strike would impact about half a million students in the nation's second-largest school district. It would be the city's first teachers' strike in nearly 30 years.