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Editorial: Ending L.A.'s teacher strike would be easier if Sacramento bothered to get out of its seat

Monday unfolded as exactly the sort of day that we'd hoped wouldn't happen. Frustrated teachers picketed Los Angeles Unified schools in the cold rain. Students who didn't stay home were walking the line in sympathy, or, if they showed up for classes, were corralled

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