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UTLA Picketing and rally after school Tuesday, December 8, 2009 Flyer

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UTLA Picketing and rally after school Tuesday, December 8, 2009 Flyer OUR STUDENTS CAN’T TAKE ANY MORE CUTS On December 8, the LAUSD School Board will be voting on the District budget for 2010-2011 and beyond. UTLA will be out in force to protest the giveaway of schools and any more cuts to the classroom. Be there! Tuesday, December 8, 2009 Picketing and rally after school In front of LAUSD Headquarters 333 S. Beaudry, Los Angeles, 90017

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									                 WE’RE MAD AS HELL AND WE’RE
                       FIGHTING BACK!

LAUSD IS TRYING TO:
           give away our schools to outside operators
           force “furlough” days and 12% salary cuts on employees

Giving away schools to outside operators will hurt students by closing the doors
to many students and handing sites over to unaccountable outside operators.

Furlough days and salary cuts will hurt students by driving teachers out of
LAUSD and further deprofessionalizing teaching.

WHO WILL BE HURT MOST BY THESE ACTIONS? Our students.



          OUR STUDENTS CAN’T TAKE ANY MORE CUTS
         On December 8, the LAUSD School Board will be voting on the District budget
         for 2010-2011 and beyond. UTLA will be out in force to protest the giveaway
                   of schools and any more cuts to the classroom. Be there!


                 Tuesday, December 8, 2009
                   Picketing and rally after school
                        In front of LAUSD Headquarters
                       333 S. Beaudry, Los Angeles, 90017


Please remember: Don’t schedule parent conferences on December 8. Your School Leadership
Council has the contractual right to set the schedule for parent conferences.


                    ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!
   FIGHT FOR YOUR STUDENTS. FIGHT FOR YOUR PROFESSION.

								
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