Alex Caputo-Pearl

president of United Teachers Los Angeles

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President of United Teachers Union Los Angeles

Alex Caputo-Pearl on KCRW

It's the first day of school at LAUSD, and teachers have a new    contract    that resulted from their six-day strike in January.

As kids go back to school, what will look different at LAUSD?

It's the first day of school at LAUSD, and teachers have a new contract that resulted from their six-day strike in January.

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The teachers union and LAUSD officials didn’t come to an agreement on Monday after a long day of last-ditch negotiations.

As strike looms, what are demands from the teachers union?

The teachers union and LAUSD officials didn’t come to an agreement on Monday after a long day of last-ditch negotiations.

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Here in LA the most expensive school board race in American history is over. It cost about $15 million for two races between charter schools and the teachers’ union.

The future of public education in LA

Here in LA the most expensive school board race in American history is over. It cost about $15 million for two races between charter schools and the teachers’ union.

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