The Great Exhaustion: Teachers predicted to retire in droves & bus drivers want a better contract

Teachers have had enough. The Montgomery County teachers union says resignations and retirements are predicted to be higher than ever due to teachers feeling undervalued and overworked, with many planning to leave mid-career. President of the American Federation of Teachers Randi Weingarten joins us to talk about what other DC-area school districts are seeing.
From one essential worker to another, Circulator bus drivers are on strike and have reached a tentative deal with the bus company on a new contract. The strike started Tuesday and a vote is expected tonight.