Tentative Agreement Passes 58%-42%, Adult Education will continue next year in LAUSD

[4:45PM]  Tentative Agreement between UTLA-LAUSD passed with United Teachers Los Angeles membership voting 58% in support and 42% against, confirmed Matthew Kogan, Adult Education UTLA chair. Voting took place this week, and ballot counting was just completed.

UPDATE [8:30PM]  Vote Results: 24,401 UTLA members voted, with 14,195 voting “Yes”, and 10,206 voting “No”. UTLA President Warren Fletcher stated the following in a communication released today:

“Our members have once again taken on the burden of saving this District from itself, but it is clear from this close vote that our capacity to bear that burden year after year is at an end.”

The agreement approved today is in part based on receiving funds from Governor Brown’s education funding initiative, which will be on the November ballot.  Mr. Fletcher stated that by securing that funding it would “remove some of all of the potential furlough days for 2012-13.”  To read UTLA’s full communication click here.

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