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Chicago teachers strike enters second day as union presses broad list of demands

Reuters Friday, 18 October 2019
A teachers strike in Chicago entered its second day on Friday as union leaders reported some headway at the bargaining table, where negotiators were trying to resolve differences that have idled the third-largest U.S. school district.
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As the Chicago teachers' strike enters day two and 360,000 students are still out of class, union leaders say there was some movement at the bargaining table Thursday. 

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