Chicago students will be out of class for the fourth day on Tuesday after a tense 24-hour period that featured Mayor Lori Lightfoot saying again that the city had no more money to offer teachers and asking teachers to go back to work during negotiations. Chicago Teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey flatly rejected the mayor’s request.

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