The country's second school district is on the verge of chaos: Teachers united in Los Angeles - with 34,000 teachers - are expected to strike Monday.
UTLA and Los Angeles Unified School have negotiated a new contract for almost two years without much success. Teachers plan to receive their individual schools early on Monday morning and then go to a downtown pool. The region is the second largest employer in Los Angeles County. This means that this strike will affect hundreds of thousands of people.
39 children in my room is a crime ": LAUSD teacher describes crowded classrooms before the strike
Teachers in Los Angeles, who are planning a strike on Monday, want to raise wages. But they also require less important lessons. The teacher explains how crowded he is.