egotiations between Chicago's teachers union and the country's third largest school district did not result in a deal on Monday, leaving more than 350,000 children without a classroom for a second day. Tens of thousands of teachers went on strike on Monday, for the first time in 25 years. Mayor Rahm Emanuel is pushing for sweeping changes, including a longer school day and year, and a new system for evaluating and paying teachers.
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