Evening Edition: Los Angeles School Workers Strike Shutters A Thousand Schools
A year-long contract negotiation with Los Angeles school workers that ended in failure is now keeping over a half a million students home from school. It began with the lowest paid workers: custodians, bus drivers, aides and cafeteria workers, but teachers joined the strike in solidarity. FOX’s Eben Brown spoke with Kelly O’Grady, FOX Business Correspondent in Los Angeles, about the effects on parents and children when the second largest school district in the United States goes on strike.
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