A strike by LAUSD teachers has been postponed until Monday. The teachers union and the district are still trying to negotiate a new contract for educators. We ask Superintendent Austin Beutner what he’s proposing to the union, what’s happening with the $2 billion reserve fund, what appropriate class sizes would be, and more.
Superintendent Austin Beutner on what will happen to kids if teachers strike
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LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner on what happens to students if teachers strike
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