Los Angeles Times, Citrus College, Glendora discussed on The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips


Number of strikers has grown as more than a thousand charter school. Teachers joined today LA county supervisors took action on the strike. According to the Los Angeles Times, they've approved a non-binding plan to provide ten million dollars for healthcare at schools and to create programs for the students missing class during the impasse. The board approved a measure to seek the additional funds to help pay for more, nurses. That's one of the sticking points in the negotiations between the school district and the striking. Teachers taxpayer advocates are offering to help LA unify teachers who are opposed to the strike and wanna leave the union Constantino road ideas with reform California says there statewide campaign is to inform government workers and teachers that they can opt out of their union. The union have really been benefiting themselves in the union Bacchus and the politicians instead of looking out for the best interest of. You know, the teachers and the students attorneys working pro Bono are offering to help teachers by going to their website union dues rebate dot com. Ninety eight percent of UT LA teachers voted last summer to authorize a strike, James. Rowe haas. KABC news. Authorities detained one person at citrus college in Glendora after a shooting threat put the campus and nearby Sousa Pacific university on lockdown Los Angeles Times says Glendora police tweeted that the citrus college campus remained on lockdown and that students should stay away. The incident began shortly before noon today citrus college, advise students that if you are not on campus stay away, go to the nearest room turn off lights. Locked the door and remained quiet remain locked down until an all clear has been issued a Susan Pacific university also tweeted that it was on lockdown because of its proximity to citrus college shortly.

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