Commentary: We need a resolution — our kids need us to build bridges, not walls, in L.A.

If LAUSD teachers go out on strike, thousands of Los Angeles students will lose days or weeks (or more) of learning time, and local public schools will lose millions of dollars in funding. But that’s not all; a strike will also produce immense anxiety among teachers worried about the fate of students they’re committed to serving, and among parents forced to choose between crossing picket lines or staying home from work in order to take care of their kids.

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