Thousands, who attended our raucous rallies on November 16, stretched from Harbor City to North Hills displayed the positive spirit of public education while sending a serious message about what’s at stake if we don’t stop starving our schools and start supporting educators.
On Wednesday morning, before the first bell, hundreds of members picketed outside theirs schools sites, not only at Miguel Contreras HS but all across the district as healthcare negotiations with LAUSD intensify and word of potential benefit cuts spread.
In this week’s Just Talk, John Rogers sits down with Alex Caputo-Pearl, president of the United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA). For more than two decades, Alex has taught in Los Angeles elementary schools and high schools.
As we continue to fight for public education, connecting with our areas is vital to our strength. As a member, you can get information related to your specific area here through resources and news, or contact your UTLA area representative.