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🍎 UTLA is 35,000 educators in Los Angeles dedicated to quality public education.
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United Teachers Los Angeles 2h
Hey β€” ABSTENTION IS A VOTE AGAINST PUBLIC SCHOOLS & CHARTER ACCOUNTABILITY. WE LIVE IN YOUR DISTRICT AND WE ARE WATCHING. SHAME ON YOU.
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Jollene 🍞🌹 17h
Hey β€” ABSTENTION IS A VOTE AGAINST PUBLIC SCHOOLS & CHARTER ACCOUNTABILITY. I LIVE IN YOUR DISTRICT AND WE ARE WATCHING
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California Teachers Association 17h
Scenes from the Rally! πŸ“£πŸ“£
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@ctakath 20h
Educators getting louder and packing the Capitol rotunda
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HansJohnson 18h
Swift impact: Newly sworn-in school bd mbr exerts pivotal leverage to restore hundreds of who guide youngest readers but faced elimination. Invest in kids: it’s elementary! Thanks to smart leaders &
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CFT 17h
The Rally to protect public education in CA is underway!
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Oakland Education Association 17h
Today we made some noise in our state Capitol. Looks like our assembly-members got the message! AB 1505, which restores local control on the approval of new charters, has passed out of the assembly! Now on to the senate.
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#VOTE 🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊 16h
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Phylis 15h
Thank you for supporting . You are on the right side of history! ,
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United Teachers Los Angeles 18h
Los Angeles charters companies suspended black students at almost three times the rate of traditional schools; students with disabilities were suspended at nearly four times the non-charter school rate.
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Julian Peeples 20h
It’s a battle for the soul of public education against billionaires and privatizers. Which side are you on?
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Eric Flores 20h
More protests in Sacramento should bring tubas
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Emiliana Dore May 22
Off to Sacramento to tell our elected officials to fund our future and support public education!
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CFT 24h
A shout out to all the incredible teachers and school supporters from who got up at 4 am to make their way to Sacramento today to demand full funding for our schools & accountability for charters
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David Rosenthal 20h
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Julian Peeples 20h
Thousands in the streets of Sacramento, standing together for the resources and protection our public schools need and all students deserve!
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United Teachers Los Angeles 20h
1, we are the teachers πŸ“š 2, a little bit louder πŸ—£ 3, we want justice βš–οΈ 4 Our students! πŸ‘¦πŸ½πŸ‘§πŸΌπŸ‘ΆπŸ½πŸ‘¨πŸΏβ€πŸ¦± The march is underway at Day of Action.
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United Teachers Los Angeles 21h
A new poll finds that a majority of likely CA voters are in favor of taxing corporations and the super-wealthy to fund our schools. We're going to make sure our elected officials hear it today at Sacramento: Fund our public schools now!
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United Teachers Los Angeles 21h
LA community got on buses this morning and are heading to Sacramento . Legislators must understand that the charter drain is hurting our kids and we demand charter company accountability and transparency.
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United Teachers Los Angeles 24h
Yesterday, LA students, parents, and educators protested outside the over its opposition campaign against Measure EE. Our community talked about their schools missing basic resources like full-time nurses, counselors and books in good condition.
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