Utla Covid Agreement

by · December 19, 2020

Coalition calls for “Circuit Breaker” to urgently eliminate the spread of COVID-19, save lives and support workers – www.utla.net/…/la-coalition-demands-circuit-breaker… In the meantime, classes remain online. The contract announced on Friday largely reflects the one already in effect for the autumn, but it was due to expire at the end of the year. Under the agreement that the school board has yet to sign, trustees would receive a $1,000 grant for work related to re-opening planning. This includes ensuring that all employees and students are tested on COVID-19 before returning to school and preparing the campus to maintain social engagement standards. Bruch: THE Coalition is calling for the “Breaker Circuit” to urgently eliminate the spread of COVID-19, to save lives and support workers. READ PRESS RELEASE: www.utla.net/…/la-coalition-demands-circuit-breaker… “Health care workers across Los Angeles have made a breakthrough. They are understaffed, overworked and inundated with patients fighting for their lives,” said Sal Rosselli, president of the National Union of Health Workers. #LAUnitedAgainstCovid #LockdownNOW mail questions about the chat! In today`s segment, the co-chair of the negotiating team, Arlene Inouye, is informed of last night`s agreement on the extension of distance learning.

Updates to the new classifications directive and the requirement for a blockage for January to disrupt the survival of the virus and save lives. The agreement has a language to ensure that working conditions remain safe (no nurse has so far tested positive due to voluntary participation) and to ensure that related workload issues are dealt with fairly and fairly. Read more: www.utla.net/…/la-coalition-demands-circuit-breaker… The Los Angeles Unified School District and associate administrators in Los Angeles have reached an agreement on how to bring students and staff back to campus for private lessons, one of the agreements the district has negotiated with its employee groups. The new agreement provides for an additional 20 to 30 minutes of classes on Mondays for students in grades 1 to 12. In addition, one hour per month – 15 minutes per Monday – is added for professional development or department meetings, and an additional 30 minutes of office time from Tuesday to Friday for meetings with students and families. The renewal of the distance education contract includes: www.utla.net/…/unions-teachers-nurses-grocery-and-h… “We are pleased to reach an agreement on extending the distance education agreement, which our students need right now,” said Cecily Myart-Cruz, President of UTLA. “In the face of the upheavals we all face, educators, students and families need stability, and our negotiating team has worked 24-7 to meet this need.” Hospitals are preparing for rationing care, as forecasts show that the number of COVID hospitalizations will increase significantly by the New Year – and threatens to exceed the capacity of overworked staff to care for patients. Drastic measures must now be taken to reduce the pressure on our health care system. “Doctors are no longer going to pull all the strings to save a life, but they are happy about how to protect as many people as possible from the fall.” #launitedagainstcovid #LockDownNow Myart-Cruz said that student learning had suffered from distance learning and that the union hoped to reach an agreement with the district in the coming weeks on a plan to resume personal medicine training.

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