Thomas Himes

Los Angeles Daily News

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Staff writer for the Los Angeles Daily News, covering the Los Angeles Unified School District

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Organized teachers at LA Unified are working without a contract, and Thursday they’ll be holding rallies throughout the District to prepare for a possible strike.

UTLA and LAUSD Remain Divided over Contract Negotiations

Organized teachers at LA Unified are working without a contract, and Thursday they’ll be holding rallies throughout the District to prepare for a possible strike.

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