LAUSD Strike Looms as Sides Trade Barbs

The Los Angeles Unified School District issued a statement Sunday evening saying it is prepared for school closures but remains hopeful a resolution can be reached before the stated Tuesday deadline.

The statement was in response to a Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) ruling, denying the district’s request for injunctive relief because it did not find “the extraordinary remedy of seeking injunctive relief to be met at this juncture,” but did direct its Office of General Counsel to expedite the processing of the district’s underlying unfair practice charge against Service Employees International Local 99 union, which alleged that the union and its members were engaging in an unlawful three-day strike.

The district stated that it believes the conflict “could be resolved if both sides entered into good-faith discussions between now and Tuesday.”



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