LOS ANGELES, Calif.—After a strike that lasted six school days, Los Angeles teachers reached a contract deal with the Los Angeles Unified School District Jan. 22.
New York, NY – The 42nd annual National Labor and Management Conference will be held from February 14 – 19 in Hollywood, Florida, bringing together hundreds of leaders in the fields of health care, labor law, banking and insurance, and labor among others.
Albany, N.Y. Jan. 23, 2019 — NYSUT President Andy Pallotta issued the following statement on the passage of legislation to fix the state’s broken teacher evaluation system:
New York, NY – It’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the 31st day of the government shutdown that has robbed 800,000 working Americans of their jobs — how easy it is to revile Donald J. Trump for his relentless attack on American workers, their families and so much else — but what about the…
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—The Los Angeles teachers union and school district have agreed to return to the bargaining table, Mayor Eric Garcetti’s office announced Jan. 16. United Teachers Los Angeles President Alex Caputo-Pearl told the Los Angeles Daily News that the union was trying to win both its demands from the Los Angeles Unified School District—which…
Los Angeles, California — On Monday, January 14th, American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten joined thousands of Los Angeles educators on strike. Joining the LA teachers on the picket line were hundreds of parents, students, clergy, community members, and other trade unionists.
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—More than 30,000 Los Angeles Unified School District teachers and staff went out on strike Jan. 14, demanding smaller classes, more staffing, and limits on privatization and charter schools.
Editor’s Note: The following article appeared at Solon.com and is posted here courtesy of the author. It is hard to understate the utter disdain and contempt being shown by President Donald Trump toward the 800,000 federal workers whose lives he has upended with the government shutdown.
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—The United Teachers Los Angeles union says there was “no movement” in last-minute talks Jan. 7 with the Los Angeles Unified School District. Another session is scheduled for Jan. 9, the day before the 34,000-member union is scheduled to strike.