The Los Angeles Unified School District has reached an agreement in negotiations with its labor union

(CNN) The Los Angeles Unified School District and Service Employees International Union Local 99 have reached the following agreement Three-day strikeOfficials said at a press conference Friday evening.

The union represents about 30,000 Los Angeles school custodians, cafeteria workers, bus drivers and other student service workers, and called for higher wages and better working conditions.

Superintendent Alberto M. Below are the agreed terms as announced by Carvalho:

The 6% current pay hike is effective from July 1, 2021

The 7% current pay hike is effective from July 1, 2022

7% current pay hike with effect from July 1, 2023

People rallied in Los Angeles Thursday in support of a school workers’ strike.
  • $2 per hour increase for all employees effective January 1, 2024
  • A $1,000 bonus for current employees in the district for the 2020-21 school year
  • The Los Angeles Unified School District minimum wage will be raised to $22.52 an hour
  • Health benefits for part-time employees assigned to work four or more hours per day, including coverage for eligible dependents.
  • Increase hours and compensation for paraprofessionals serving students with special needs.
  • Invest $3 million in educational and professional development funding for SEIU members.

Teachers and their unions marched in support of the workers’ strike, which took place from Tuesday to Thursday. The schools, which have 500,000 students and are the second largest in the United States, reopened on Friday.

The United Teachers Los Angeles union is in separate contact negotiations with the district.

This is important news and will be updated.

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