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Chicago, Illinois / Teachers Strike #1030988

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 17, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Rehema Ellis) The second week of the teachers strike in Chicago featured; scenes shown of picket lines; details given about the city’s court action to force the teachers back to work and about the proposed contract; the union’s response quoted. [Chicago Public Schools attorney Larry DINARO†- says our goal is to get the children back in school.] [Teacher Jamie CUNNINGHAM†- says we don’t want to be out here but we have to.] [Yesterday, Chicago Teachers Union Karen LEWIS†- says the deal is not good.] [Parents Terri McKENZIE†, Jeff HAMILTON†- express views.] [DePaul University Andrea Kayne KAUFMAN†- says it harms the students.]

Williams, Brian;
Ellis, Rehema

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