Listen: Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles And Eric Garcetti discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"Rain this morning. We're going to stay cloudy and. Cool through the day fifties and sixties forties and fifties tonight for tomorrow, clearing up drying out mostly sunny, temperatures are gonna go up some mid sixty s maybe some upper sixties more rain is on the way, though, it's possible on Wednesday slight chance, and then again, more of a chance as we go later on into the week over the weekends. We'll have a five day forecast. Take a look at four fifteen fifty nine now in van Nuys sixty two in Long Beach and at sixty two degrees in Fullerton. It's four zero seven negotiators for the teacher's union. And the Los Angeles unified school district are sitting down to talk today in hopes they can avoid a strike which is set to begin on Thursday. We have in depth team coverage for you United teachers Los Angeles insists it's not just about salaries is also about their ability to hire professional staff and reduced class sizes, but school board president Monica Garcia tells KNX parents need to understand that would require some big changes at the district demand. Everything your child needs. Yes. You are right work at the school site to bring some Lucian and that. Means we have to cause LA unified to change. But big changes require big money. Glenn sacks a social studies teacher at James Monroe, high school says the state and the district needs to do their part of that from the beginning beverage denied that that is part of the solution. But US. Beat us halfway Ellie USCB. At this point. They've offered almost nothing to help our students last week mayor Eric Garcetti said he believed a teacher strike was inevitable LA unified. Not the only district in California that says it's about a money one lobbyist in the state says the cost of pensions, healthcare and special education or draining California school districts operating."