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A strike in the spring of 1970 solidified UTLA, but the lack of a statewide collective bargaining law proved fatal to the first contract won by the educators, who sacrificed five weeks on the picket lines only to have the courts declare the agreement null and void. UTLA swung into action to get a collective bargaining law in place, and in 1975 the Rodda Act was signed into law by then-Governor Jerry Brown.

Since then, United Teachers Los Angeles has won and protected an impressive collection of bargaining rights for LAUSD educators and health and human services professionals.

Below you will find our contracts from 2001 to present, including other agreements, MOUs and salary schedules. If you need more assistance with contracts, please email webmaster@utla.net.

2014-2017 UTLA-LAUSD Collective Bargaining Agreement
View or download (PDF) (updated Dec. 22, 2016)
Fiscal Year 2016-17 Student Index
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