Ryan Burrow on the Chicago Teachers Strike: “It doesn’t seem like this is going to end soon”

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren calls for people across the country to support striking Chicago teachers after joining educators picketing outside an elementary school, Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Teresa Crawford)

Presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren rallied with Chicago teachers on Tuesday morning as the strike entered its 4th day of canceled classes. It appears that there still isn’t a clear end to negotiations with Chicago Public Schools after Mayor Lori Lightfoot sent the union a letter on Monday which CTU President Jesse Sharkey said “dashed hopes” for a quick settlement. WGN Radio’s Ryan Burrow joins the Bill and Wendy show with the latest on the negotiations.

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