He reaffirmed his promise to not legislate teachers back to work, despite what appear to be irreconcilable differences between teachers and employers.
Fassbender’s remarks come after talks between teachers and their employer collapsed on Saturday.
The veteran mediator who brought the parties together walked out on the third day of meetings, saying both sides were too far apart.
Vince Ready’s departure from the latest round of discussions has many worried that an ongoing teachers’ strike will delay the start of class indefinitely.
Superintendent of School District 60 on Friday said there would be no school on Tuesday and that school administrators will not be able to take care of students that day. Buses will also not be running that day.
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