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Speak UP found that more than half of children with special needs also did not receive the required benefits. However, the new agreement provides that service providers work regularly and offer, as far as possible, virtual specialized pedagogy services, if providers and parents consent. Media Planning: Facebook Live 1pm @UTLANow with UTLA President and Negotiating Team Including Parents in the Re-opening process and increasing the amount of online learning online were two of The biggest claims of Speak UP parents were excluded after being excluded from the UTLA subsidiary letter agreement with LAUSD this spring. As a result of this previous agreement, the study of Speak UP parents showed that black, Latino and modest children, English learners and children with special needs received less online instruction and contact with teachers than white and wealthiest children in general education courses. The number of online live classes will increase from 45 minutes per day for preschoolers to 90 minutes per day for children and nearly three hours for high school students. For example, schedules by grade level are available here. Mondays are classified as Student Support Days and offer fewer live courses. The preliminary agreement, which will be submitted to the school`s management on Tuesday, is valid until the end of December. “When LAUSD`s school campuses closed in March, educators, parents and students had to adapt to an emergency moment in a matter of days. This time, it was important to reconsider the challenges and take into account feedback from this experience – using information from a consultation with parents and members and feedback from members – which is reflected in this final agreement,” said Arlene Inouye, co-chair of the UTLA negotiating organization. The agreement will then be submitted to the LAUSD School Board for a vote and a vote by UTLA members next week. If the agreement is ratified by UTLA members, it will remain in effect until December 31, 2020 or until students physically return to LAUSD schools for regular education. UTLA and LAUSD will continue to negotiate the conditions necessary for the physical reopening of schools.

Some important strengths of the TA: Another important element of the agreement is responsibility – or lack thereof. Permanent teachers who have a job will not be evaluated this fall, which Dr.