As you know the COVID-19 situation is changing quickly and employers are responding and making decisions with information they have on hand. Today, MAOF notified members that they were extending pay for all employees [...]
SEIU Local 99 was part of a partnership with Governor Gavin Newsom that also included teachers, school boards, superintendents and principals that worked together to set-up guidelines for how we will work together to [...]
On March 18, 2020, the U.S. Congress passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act ("Act"). For California public agencies, including K-12 school districts and colleges, the Act includes two provisions that will immediately impact [...]
MAOF Educators Stand Union Strong Negotiations for respect, fair wages, and more resources for our communities continue
This holiday season, MAOF Early Education Center members are thankful for standing union strong! As we continue to negotiate our contract, we're taking action like never before to win respect, fair wages, and a stronger voice to improve services for families and children in our communities. Si se puede!
Three hundred educators — child care center teachers, nutritional aides, and assistants — who provide our communities across Los Angeles with essential early care at the Mexican-American Opportunity Fund are currently in contract negotiations. Hear from Zarina Yescas, a devoted and passionate early educator, who has served her community at MAOF for 17 years. This is why MAOF educators are standing together -- for a better, brighter future for the children they care for.