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A few days of snow after the nine-day teachers' strike, the Tumwater School plans to return near July

by Keith Eldridge / KOMO News Tumwater cancels classes Thursday after missing 9 days of teachers' strike Some school districts have already canceled classes Thursday in the snow and ice, including Tumwater, which faces a particular challenge because they have… Continue Reading →

Gillibrand approves teachers' strike in Denver

Sen. Kirsten GillibrandKirsten Elizabeth GillibrandHoward Schultz: The Green New Deal is "not realistic" Booker: I will seek above all to attract women Midwest Dems: the recapture of Rust Belt dates back to 2020 MORE (D-N.Y.), Who announced his candidacy for… Continue Reading →

Judge Should Decide Soon Madison Teachers' Deal In Madison Schools

BUTLER COUNTY, Ohio – In the armed conflict in Madison schools, the judge has enough evidence to rule in their favor in two weeks. The parents who sued the school board and the school district itself both asked Judge Charles… Continue Reading →

Buncombe County Teachers Pay Special Attention to Denver Teachers' Strike

More than half of the 4,700 public school teachers in Denver left the position. This is only the latest issue of nationwide activism on teacher compensation, funding for schools and overcrowded classrooms. This is also the first teachers strike in… Continue Reading →

Atlanta teachers' strike may be over, but observers warn that there is no clear path to follow as to how LAUSD can afford its new contract

By Taylor Swaak | LA School Report The unified school board L.A. has approved a Contract with his teachers' union that officials admit they can not afford to, questioning the sustainability of the agreement as the district receives repeated warnings… Continue Reading →

Ho-Ho-Kus approves teachers' salary increases

Meghan Grant North Jersey record Posted at 10:08 am EST February 9, 2019 HO-HO-KUS – The school district has announced an agreement with its teachers' union, which provides for pay increases of 2.5% per annum, an easing of state-mandated contributions… Continue Reading →

From one ocean to the other, a new wave of teachers' strikes could get ready

CNN image From California to Denver to Virginia, more and more teachers are demanding better funding for schools and higher pay. CNN image From California to Denver to Virginia, more and more teachers are demanding better funding for schools and… Continue Reading →

Call for Laws to Make Conductors Allowed by Teachers' Councils

KSTP The proposal is fueled in part by a survey conducted in 2017 that found Minnesota teachers accused of engaging in sexual conduct or inappropriate behavior with students were not reported to police authorities. A review of public records and… Continue Reading →

LAUSD teachers' strike, day 7: District, UTLA goes back in camera, after 11 hours of negotiations on Saturday

Trade union and district representatives continued into Sunday night with a Marabinese negotiation session to close the first walk-out of the Los Angeles Unified School District teaching staff for 30 years. Today's meeting began around 11:00 am at L.A. City… Continue Reading →

Resumption of the Los Angeles teachers' strike

LOS ANGELES – The striking teachers and the country's second largest school district are expected to continue negotiations on Saturday after a fifth day of passionate protests in Los Angeles. Mayor Eric Garcetti tweeted that the discussions ended without an… Continue Reading →

LAUSD teachers' strike: negotiations will continue on Saturday

LOS ANGELES (KABC) – The Los Angeles Unified School District and Teachers Union have completed negotiations on Friday night and resume Saturday. The United Teachers Los Angeles union and LAUSD officials ended another round of talks at City Hall, with… Continue Reading →

Children's snacks program to expand to help families affected by teachers' strike

The Los Angeles County Parks and Recreation Department will expand its children's snack program to help families affected by the teachers' strike in the unified school district of Los Angeles. "We understand the challenges that many households and children face… Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Teachers' Union Alludes to New Talks During Strike

Richard Vogel / AP Actor, musician and activist, Steven Van Zandt, in the center, supports teachers on strike in front of Hamilton High School in Los Angeles on Wednesday, January 16, 2019. By Christopher Weber, Associated Press Posted on Wednesday… Continue Reading →

LAUSD Teachers' Strike Update: UTLA and District Engage in Last-Minute Talks to Prevent 30,000 Teachers from Leaving

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Unified School District and the union representing the 30,000 teachers in the district planned to hold an eleventh hour debate today in the hope prevent the first teachers' strike in the district in 30… Continue Reading →

LAUSD teachers' strike update: LA metro and museums offer free admission for students

LOS ANGELES – As the first teacher strike in Latin America in 30 years has probably started on Thursday, L.A. Metro is offering free outings to students in the unified school district of Los Angeles. Students would be able to… Continue Reading →

LAUSD and the UTLA stalemate continue as the teachers' strike looms

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The president of United Teachers Los Angeles said that a LAUSD proposal was "inadequate for many reasons" as a result of a bargaining meeting on Monday. "The first thing that was problematic with the LAUSD proposal… Continue Reading →

SC teachers' patience weakens as lawmakers re-engage to improve public education

Two days before South American lawmakers return to Colombia with an unprecedented desire to reform the state's public education system, no consensus has been reached on how to end the current scarcity of teachers and to remedy the problems of… Continue Reading →

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