For over five decades, California has been inequitable in the funding of our public schools, benefiting those in more affluent communities, all while placing those in poorer communities at a disadvantage. During this time, California has been utilizing the Average Daily Attendance (ADA) method for calculating school funding, which has led to this inequitable distribution and penalized schools and families in low-income areas. SB 830 aims to fix that.
Actualización sobre el pago de reconocimiento de $1750 En febrero, nuestro equipo de negociación de SEIU Local 99 negoció un estipendio de pago de $1750 para todos los miembros de SEIU Local 99 en reconocimiento a su servicio durante la pandemia. Entendemos la urgencia de que LAUSD pague el bono de reconocimiento adicional. Nuestro equipo [Read more]
Our SEIU Local 99 Executive Board has selected the following member-leaders to fill vacancies on the board: Lynneier Boyd Peterson, LAUSD Board District #3 Local 99 Delegate / LAUSD Bus Driver Gloria Genyard, Retiree Delegate Elroy Johnson Sr, LAUSD Board District #1 Local 99 Delegate / LAUSD Bus Driver Congratulations to our new executive board [Read more]
By voting to unite with SEIU Local 99, Southern California’s largest and strongest education workers’ union, workers at Inglewood Unified will have the power to win major improvements. Take the survey and say what you want to win. Your responses will set the priorities when we go into contract negotiations for better pay, benefits, [Read more]
For SEIU Local 99 members, this year can best be summed up in one word: resilience. Stretching into another year of the COVID-19 pandemic, we, yet again, rose to the challenge, continuing the arduous, but necessary work of reopening our schools and helping students feel a sense of normalcy again; and continuing to provide [Read more]