Denver teachers are now on strike, but 92,000 kids still have to go to school
Fifteen months of simmering frustration boiled over Monday as Denver teachers went on strike. It's the latest in a long line of teachers' strikes that spread across the country last year and keeps gaining momentum this year. The Denver Classroom Teachers Association and Denver Public Schools made a last-ditch effort to settle their differences over the weekend. But the talks went nowhere, meaning up to 92,000 students will go to school without their teachers indefinitely.