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Are hitting the picket lines this morning and -- had to deal live for us now -- Chicago public school headquarters with a very.
Latest tiny what's gonna happen all these kids today.
Well right now some of them are going to be going to temporary locations and -- that colonists they.
-- -- programs a lot of these kids are gonna go to churches and park district buildings and they're not be inspected because they're not allowed to -- We -- we live right now are some of the protesters at the headquarters this is just a small group these -- -- teachers these are supporters we expect to see hundreds if not thousands.
Of those teachers wearing their ready union shirts later this morning because there are 29000.
We're going to be walking the picket line as 350000.
Stay home from school this is an ugly lesson for mayor Rahm Emanuel the first strike in 25 years here in Chicago.
Teachers upset about.
Teacher evaluation programs at these.
School district wants to implement they say that there's no air conditioning and some of the buildings they're upset about the class size.
So some of these things are really sticking points for these teachers they're not happy.
They had intense negotiations over the weekend.
The result was not what they want -- that is why they are war being the picket lines and later this morning we're gonna see number.
Of those out here.
Talking about this side but the last time we had a strike was in 1987.
And it wasn't mayor -- -- was mayor Harold Washington.
Reporting live from Chicago -- Bonita Padilla for Fox News back to you.
I feel bad for those kids today no school for them Anita thanks.
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