SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento City Unified teachers are on the picket lines as of Wednesday.

Some 2,800 teachers and other educators, along with 1,800 school classified employees, are striking after negotiations with the district fell through.

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Kids will stay out of school while the strike continues.

Some parents say they’re already fed up and are planning to enroll their children in a different school district next year, while some say neither is putting the students’ best interest first.

“I want to see a long-term solution cut now so I’m not doing this two or three years throughout my child’s education,” said parent Kelley Stout.

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Other parents say they’re in support of the strike.

The teachers union and school district have been negotiating over take home pay, teacher shortages, and COVID-19 protocols, but have not been able to reach a deal.

“Given that SCTA and SEIU are moving forward with a strike, we remain very concerned about our students, their families, and our entire community,” said Christina Pritchett, President of the SCUSD Board of Education, in a statement.

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There is no timeline for when the strike could end.