School is out in Chicago for a second day as public school teachers continue their first strike in 25 years. Almost 30,000 teachers and their support staff have walked out over reforms sought by the city's powerful Mayor, Rahm Emanuel, who is President Obama's former chief of staff. On Monday, tens of thousands teachers, parents and students marched in the streets of President Obama's adopted hometown. We go to Chicago to speak with Democracy Now! correspondent Jaisal Noor.