LA Unified School District, Connor Hanan And Marshall High School discussed on Morning Edition
Walking the picket lines today in the LA unified school district's first teachers strike in thirty years part of the long running dispute centres over money, but the two sides are actually very close to an agreement when it comes to pay teachers are demanding a six and a half percent raise that would take effect all at once. And that would be retroactive the district has offered. A six percent salary bump spread out over the first two years of a three year contract while the big sticking points is class size reduction in staffing level for nurses, librarians counselors and other support staff Marshall high school English teacher, Connor Hanan said students are the ones being hurt. The most by large classes, I notice it every day.