By Chris Haire
How long will the strike last?
That’s the question parents, among others, are asking as a Los Angeles Unified teachers strike gets underway Monday.
At this point, it’s anybody’s guess.
As classes were slated to begin Monday morning, LAUSD teachers were out picketing rather than in the classroom.
In response, district officials have been planning how to keep instruction going. But there are certainly challenges: L.A. Unified is massive, comprising more than 60,000 employees and 1,000 schools across 710 square miles.
Filling all of the holes left by 30,000 striking teachers is a massive logistical undertaking, to say the least.
So it’s unsurprising that some parents [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register