- Austin Beutner presents new offer for LAUSD teachers, but strike remains likely Los Angeles Times
- L.A. teachers join U.S. movement against underfunded schools NBC News
- 'I'm A Little Stressed': LA Teachers And Parents Brace For A Possible Strike NPR
- Los Angeles Teachers Set To Begin Massive Strike On Monday HuffPost
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With a Monday LAUSD teachers' strike approaching, Los Angeles schools Supt. Austin Beutner brought a revised offer to the union Friday, based on new dollars from the governor's proposed budget.
Teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District, the nation's second-largest, plan to strike over pay, class size and what they call privatization via charter schools.
From lessons on the history of the labor movement, to stocking up on toilet paper for striking teachers, Los Angeles is getting ready.
The outcome of the union fight could help determine the future of Democratic Party politics.
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