Our 6-day strike ended with a contract that includes a new path forward to reinvest and support our public schools. But we can’t rest on the success of the strike. Now is when we must double-down for a sustainable future for our public schools. We must defend our wins, fund our schools, build our movement, and become even stronger!

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Cost of living has increased 27% since 2008.

California is the richest state in the nation, yet ranks 44 out of 50 in per-pupil spending.

California ranks 48 out of 50 in student to teacher ratio.

CA Student-to-counselor ratio.

TK-6 students take more than 100 Standardized LAUSD tests.


287% growth in the charter school industry in LA since 2008 drains almost $600 million from public schools each year.


United Teachers Los Angeles
Stop the charter drain! LA is home to the largest concentration of corporate charter schools in the country. Since 2008, the charter industry has grown a whopping 287% and now costs the district nearly $600 million every year. #WeArePublicSchools #AnotherDayAnotherCharterScandal https://t.co/uN570l7oBL
United Teachers Los Angeles
PRESS CONFERENCE Join LA communities as they fight the damaging effects of charter co-location. The kids of Eastman public school are being hurt by the effects caused from charter company EXTERA taking much needed resources. LIVE ON TW, IG OR FB ( <a href="https://twitter.com/UTLAnow" target="_blank"...
United Teachers Los Angeles
The money to fund public education is there. CA is the 5th largest economy in the world and boasts a GDP of $2.7 trillion, the highest of any US state. Yet, CA ranks near the bottom in the nation in funding public education. #KidsNotProfits <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/FundOurSchools?src=hash" target="_blank"...