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-- teachers strike which is now in its third day the union and that Rahm Emanuel on no closer to a deal.
The Washington Post and the Chicago Tribune have already come out against the strikers and now.
Even the New York Times is siding with the math and quoting now from the times.
Teachers strikes because they -- children and their families on the -- but a good idea in New York Times well today the union says it will meet this morning -- negotiate -- to review a new proposal.
John caps from the Chicago if you.
He's in the Illinois John I'm getting the impression.
That there is a lot of and tie teachers' union feeling around the country.
And I'm wondering if that same feeling and -- teachers' union is now present in Chicago.
It's starting to build because people have to deal with where it awarded we're gonna put your kids -- -- the children go during the day while mom and dad are at work.
You mentioned the New York trying to Harvard -- you know you could be said it's not a good idea that you're both you know what else is not a good idea.
For the president's men Rama -- to be fighting the public sector unions.
While Obama was seeking reelection looked as it's also about a gonna do it another -- idea for a clue I mean did you think this risk it is gonna rebound against President Obama in the November election.
No I don't I don't think so but on the other hand you have a system and -- cargo.
And like any big city they take the it's a monopoly.
The teachers union and the bureaucrats.
Pushed the Democrats to raise taxes.
And then they -- is that fixes reason you know wages go up.
And then in exchange these people the politicians give support from the unions MB.
To run for reelection that is the formula so we're talking a -- monopoly.
And now you're seeing a Democrat -- Emanuel.
Going against them their monopoly refinement and very interest.
Now you mentioned that there is some beginnings of some anti union feelings on the part of parents because they correct kids on the can go to -- and on all the rest of it.
Is -- some anti union feeling.
Maybe on the part of the parents because the teachers don't want accountability.
They don't want to be accountable to any -- authority although -- and the union for the road advancement and hiring.
-- the teachers see that the -- rolled Rahm Emanuel the schools will start closing some schools.
And so what will happen is teachers will get fired and that's why they're fighting over this.
Evaluation business right now it's a precursor to what will come down the road.
What I see happening is this system.
-- academically five fortify of out of every ten children don't graduate okay.
And I think the time is now you're -- -- -- wrote about it in today's column which program Tribune.
-- -- again for vultures for student choice particularly.
For the poorest children in the in the system it is -- -- in the sense if you look at an outside the politics.
Of civil rights issue.
And I think vultures.
There or charter schools is going to be -- are going to be used.
You don't discussed in the.
Coming -- John Kass Chicago Tribune this is fascinating stuff this could be a turning point in the way we educate our children suddenly in Chicago.
Very interesting -- should be -- yes we would know.
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