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DSA Los Angeles 🌹 Jan 22
BREAKING: & have reached a tentative agreement. More details to come but some highlights: - Addressing class size - Adding more nurses, librarians & counselors - Regulations on charters - Advocacy for public ed funding - Reductions in standardized testing
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Josh Haskell Jan 29
An LA county oversight office looking at education released a statement saying their financial analysis of the agreement shows doesn't have enough money in their reserves to fulfill everything agreed to
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Ms. Burns Feb 16
⁩ Supporting our youth ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
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David for Progress 🌹 Jan 23
Pause and think: 734,641 students just witnessed a successful worker's , and learned the lesson of through first-hand experience during their formative years.
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Fat jesus Jan 17
So no LA artist gonna help the kids in or speak on it ???? Ya doing the most to go viral . Go viral by speaking on something very important. The majority of the kids are black and brown in . We gotta help our people .
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Josh Haskell Jan 29
board of education votes unanimously to approve agreement reached last week with - even as LA County office of education criticized agreement saying district would be unable financially to meet the requirements unless they make significant adjustments to budget
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Steve Westly Jan 16
The Teacher in LA cost the city $15 million on its first day. We simply do not value teachers like we should and low pay is a glaring example of that.
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Alma Vivian Marquez Jan 23
It’s a trip to see so many educators & progressives find options for their own kids AND try to deny low-income parents from finding choice for theirs even MAGNETS! They’ll even move out of to justify. Ex: Catholic/private, magnets, charters
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Ben Austin Jan 29
Massive demonstration of force at by charter parents against in favor of . Today is a turning point for our movement. Parents are woke to the politics of that have nothing to do with kids.
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CharterTeachersUnite Feb 2
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kristin welch Jan 22
We go back to work tomorrow. So happy about that!❤️The deal? 🤔 pls do a fair count(2 be con’t) says, “little will have been gained if this strike was the end of a conversation rather than the beginning of a campaign.” Give LA kids the best
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Omar Sanchez Feb 14
Replying to @mar1luz @LAUSD
void tardiness on rainy days
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MaCES_GSA Feb 9
We had an amazing day today at at the Youth Leadrship Summit. We leanered about the amazing work Project U is doing. Their HIV-AIDS Awareness Campaign with is education, comprehensive and much needed.
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Mike Shouhed Jan 15
California, pay our very deserving, hard working, under valued teachers what they are worth...MORE!!!! I stand with our educators as they are on strike to get what they are rightfully owed!
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Daniel Hernandez✍🏽🌞 Jan 23
This is, like, our last breaking-news strike story. It's over, folks. Thank you to the Taco team of reporters, photographers, editors, and socials seers who guided our incredible coverage of this important issue!
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Ariella Plachta Jan 29
Dramatic day at school board as it opens up to vote on 1) contract agreement reached btwn and the district to end teachers strike and 2) a potential moratorium on new charter schools in LA until the completion of a study on their affects on traditional public schools
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97.1 AMP Radio Jan 23
The TEACHERS are back! So excited that and came to an agreement! Now let’s celebrate with some DONUTS!😋
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Brandi Hitt Feb 7
Thanks O’Melveny Elementary School for inviting me to speak to great students at “College & Career Day” in San Fernando! Loved your cheer, “I am a promise with a capital P.” 😃
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97.1 AMP Radio Jan 21
The will be giving out donuts 🍩 and coffee ☕️ to teachers, parents & students! S/O your school below⬇️⬇️ to see where we will go next!
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Carl J. Petersen Feb 9
Replying to @ChangeTheLAUSD
How does a charter chain that has two schools on the states list of under performing schools call itself "high performing"?
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