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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!

By |December 2nd, 2019|

MAOF Managers Need To Think With Their Hearts, Not Just Numbers

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.

By |November 21st, 2019|

Child Care Center Educators Begin Negotiations with the Mexican-American Opportunity Fund

Our contract expired on October 2 and we are currently in negotiations for our contract that'll cover 2019-2022. Three hundred educators at the Mexican-American Opportunity Fund are gearing up to improve early care and education for working families in Los Angeles. Learn more.

By |October 21st, 2019|