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Sacramento teachers protest school’s district backtracking on agreement

Nearly 3,000 teachers and support staff from California’s Sacramento City Unified School District, under the banner of the Sacramento City Teachers Association, staged a protest on April 11 over the school district’s failure to abide by the terms of a 2017 agreement

Oakland teachers approve new contract, vote to end strike

The new contract includes 11% salary increase over 4 years and a one-time 3% bonus upon ratification. The teachers went on strike on February 21 after almost two years of unfruitful negotiations with authorities

Denver teachers continue strike ahead of talks with district authorities

The strike by the teachers of Denver, seeking fair wages and better support for education, began on February 11. Talks will be held between the Denver Class Teachers Association and Denver Public School authorities on February 13

Ahead of planned strike, Denver teachers march seeking better pay

The Denver Class Teachers Association has been conducting negotiating with education authorities for better pay for teachers and less reliance on one-time bonuses. A planned strike was delayed after State authorities intervened in the negotiations

After 6-day strike, Los Angeles teachers win pay rise, smaller classrooms

In addition to a 6% pay hike and hard caps on class size that will lower class sizes immediately in 2019-20, other victories include a counselor-student ratio of 1:500, commitment to reduce testing by 50% and a librarian in every secondary school five days a week

Los Angeles education authorities relent, resume talks with striking teachers

Arlene Inouye of the United Teachers of Los Angeles announced that the city’s education authority, Los Angeles Unified School District, had indicated it was ready to return to negotiations

Los Angeles teachers begin strike seeking greater investment in schools

Tens of thousands of teachers took part in a rally as thousands more participated in pickets, demanding smaller class sizes, more recruitment and the strengthening of local school leadership councils

Thousands of Los Angeles teachers to go on strike on January 10

The educators, under the banner of the United Teachers of Los Angeles, are demanding more investment to ensure smaller class sizes, more nurses, counselors and librarians, as well as more support for special education, early education, bilingual education and adult education