Nuestra huelga de 6 días terminó con un contrato que incluye un nuevo camino para reinvertir y apoyar a nuestras escuelas públicas. Pero no podemos quedarnos satisfechos con el éxito de la huelga. Ahora es cuando debemos hacer aun mas esfuerzo  para un futuro sostenible para nuestras escuelas públicas. ¡Debemos defender nuestras victorias, financiar nuestras escuelas, construir nuestro movimiento y ser aún más fuertes!

Paid for by Political Action Council of Educators, Sponsored by Teachers Unions, Including United Teachers Los Angeles, and United Teachers Los Angeles-Political Action Council of Educators (PACE) Issues.
Pagado por el Consejo de Educadores de Acción Política, Patrocinado por Sindicatos de Maestros, incluyendo United Teachers Los Angeles, y Asuntos del Consejo de Educadores (PACE) de United Teachers Los Angeles-Political Action.



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Our Struggle at a Glance


The cost of living has risen 27% since 2008.

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

California ranks 48th out of 50 among the states in student-to-teacher ratio

California Student-to-Counselor Ratio

Students TK-6 take more than 100 standardized tests in LAUSD


The 287% growth of the charter school industry in Los Angeles since 2008 drains nearly $600 million from our public schools every year.


United Teachers Los Angeles
It's hypocritical of the mayor to accuse us of having no sense of "urgency" while she and the CPS CEO have been doing a litany of interviews for weeks. While calling for 10-hour, 7-day a week bargaining sessions, neither has been to the table once.
United Teachers Los Angeles
The next time a billionaire like Zuckerberg uses "philanthropy" as an excuse to justify their greed, send them this video. The truth is that their "charity" is almost always structured in ways designed maintain and build their own power.
United Teachers Los Angeles
Excellent article bringing the student point of view on the strike by @CTULocal1 and @SEIU73. Guess how many students voiced @chicagosmayor's concern that their education is being disrupted by the strike, rather than underfunding?