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Right so let's go to Chicago an -- the teachers in the nation's third largest school district.
Are now expected to vote on the deal that could it ended there one weekend one day strike that has -- 350000.
Chicago students out of school.
This is mayor Rahm Emanuel has pushed -- -- court injunction which some -- came too late that would ordered teachers back to work Steve Brown on this for us live in -- Steve they have attended deal was the report on Sunday and then no vote so why do we think that this could indeed happened to that.
While given that the public anticipation.
Here in Chicago is that there's going to be about the teachers are gonna have to say something about this deal sooner rather than later the belief is today keep in mind that the president of the incurable Lewis said hey this is the normal process they just -- a couple more days to work this out and we do understand that there are quite.
A lot less visible striking teachers -- yesterday in regards that they're protesting and demonstrating because a lot of yesterday was spent sitting down and talking about this deal.
Going through it line by line although we're told.
That some of these teachers reviewing the deal we're still only dealing with -- -- not necessarily the entire contract for all of the contract language Martha.
So you know we are hearing some details about what might be in there.
How does it look like this would end up for the teachers if indeed they signed this -- out.
-- would become aware that there is a difference of opinion.
Amongst delegates and amongst teachers and it and it kind of goes along these lines that there are some teachers who say hey.
This is as good as we're going to get -- along with the strike goes.
-- it's going to start breaking against us publicly.
And we should take the deal that's on the -- for now and then there are others who don't like specifically.
The longer school day and a lack of compensation to balance for the school -- keep in mind.
That there's an hour added to the school day here to make -- over seven hours.
Universally here in the city of Chicago where it was not -- war that's of the -- mayor Rahm Emanuel was pushing pull it teach only they need to be compensated.
On a percentage basis for that additional -- and they don't feel that they've gotten it.
So there is a difference of opinion how big.
We do not know.
But we do know that the delegates will be gathering today.
Will be gathering here at added adding another union hall to debate that in this Sunday there was two hours of debate.
We anticipate there'll be at least that much today.
-- -- and a lot of discussion about how the teachers are evaluated -- the recourse -- they might have.
In -- this you know rusty thank you so much we'll laugh we'll check back calculator all about the students.
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