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Today, increased its offer to UTLA by $75 million to invest a total of $105 million to help reduce class size and add nearly 1,000 more teachers, counselors, nurses and librarians to our schools.
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Waterboxer Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools
They are ungrateful. Let them strike. Time for new blood.
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Camilla Bijoux Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools
The increase is only for ONE year and that IS NOT GOOD FOR STUDENTS.
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Camilla Bijoux Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools
LAUSD proposal to INCREASE class size
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Marlon Brando Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools
39 to 1 in Elementary is unacceptable. Shame on you LAUSD. You don’t give a damn about LA Children.
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Ssh! I'm a juror Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools
Why does this read like a half-truth? What aren't you saying? Please provide more details.
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Sjv3 Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools
That comes out to one extra person per school for only 1 year.
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Jillian Mitchell Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools
More lies from LAUSD and Beutner. 6% tied to healthcare cuts, funding new positions for only one year, increasing class size to 39 in elementary and 46 in secondary. Don’t believe this garbage they are lying to you.
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All things political Jan 7
Replying to @Waterboxer @LASchools
Before commenting on something you don’t know you should check your facts. Get to know both sides and think before you post something because you don’t have to be a teacher to understand the severity of this.
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nancy_darrow Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools @UTLAnow
Because teachers are standing for our children, parents will stand with the teachers. Check out for the facts.
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K T Jan 7
I also support the teachers and social justice. Privatizing public schools hurts the most vulnerable students.
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Tracey roberts Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools
Increasing class sizes? Inferior health benefits for new employees? No thank you.
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Karen Cusolito Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools
Add does not necessarily mean hire. It may mean moving people around. The pay raise is still tied to cuts in future employees healthcare. LAUSD must do better.
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Norma Harris Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools
Nice graphics with no real information! Next time, post the facts!
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msvvaall Jan 7
Don’t waste your intelligence on someone who cares nothing about KIDS!!
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ktownpopo1 Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools
39 to 1 student teacher elementary ratio? 46 to 1 student teacher secondary ratio? How in the world can any teacher be successful in an environment like that? Are you kidding me? 🤣 And that $100 million is only for ONE year. No guarantees after that.
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Audrey Wauchope Lieberstein Jan 7
Replying to @LASchools @nickmelvoin
Guess you didn’t count on parents organizing so well and spreading the truth?
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