US teachers' strike continues amid calls for better resources

Schools in the US state of Oklahoma have been closed for a fourth consecutive day, as protesting teachers continue to call for better salaries and more resources.

    Schools in the US state of Oklahoma have been closed for a fourth consecutive day, as protesting teachers continue to call for better salaries and more resources.

    It's one of several conservative states that have focused on cutting business taxes - which has left less money for classrooms.

    The teachers say they simply can't go on.

    Al Jazeera's Shihab Rattansi reports from Oklahoma, United States.


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