Watch Lori Lightfoot, CPS CEO discuss the strike by Chicago teachers, support staff

The mayor addressed the media Sunday night ahead of another day of canceled classes.

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot talks to reporters at City Hall.

Mayor Lori Lightfoot talks to reporters at City Hall.

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot is addressing reporters Sunday night as Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers still do not have a deal to end the strike.

The strike, which continues Monday, has resulted in eight days of canceled classes, surpassing the 2012 strike.

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