The 3-day strike came to an end on Thursday, but without an agreement between the school’s district and teachers. This meant that students and teachers in the L.A. United School District returned to class on Friday. The movement was one of the “nation’s second-largest school system and culminated in a massive labor rally," as they continue to follow their original plan of returning back to work regardless of their unsuccessful three-day strike plan.
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The Service Employees International Union, which represents about 30,000 LAUSD service workers, walked off the job on Tuesday during the movement over a potential 30% salary boost.
The individual's seeking a change include cafeteria workers, bus drivers, custodians, special education assistants and others who work for the L.A.U.S.D.
Teachers are seeking a 20% pay increase for its 30,000 members from the United Teachers Los Angeles union.
President of SEIU Local 99, Max Arias touched that he stands with Mayor Karen Bass' mission to help find a solution for the LAUSD workers.
“We continue to do everything possible to reach an agreement that honors the hard work of our employees, corrects historic inequities, maintains the financial stability of the district and brings students back to the classroom," according to the district.