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Still no talks scheduled between SCTA, district

Thousands of teachers and educators in the city of Sacramento gathered in the streets of Sacramento for a third day of strike on Friday. The teachers’ union and the Sacramento Unified School District are still at odds over a new agreement. With more than 4,600 teachers and staff out of the classroom, thousands of students were unable to attend school as the district closed. The strikers told KCRA 3 that the area was incomplete. The two unions – SCTA and SEIU – representing many of those employed by SCUSD say they want the district to agree to provide a retroactive, general increase in the cost of living, according to the boss’s contract. Teachers’ unions say the district is in a good position to meet their demands due to COVID-19-related funding, although the district explains that these funds are “one-off funds” and are not viable for raising wages. and salaries Data control “Sacramento City Unified teachers are not the highest paid, but health benefits top the list. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg was at the rally on Friday and says he supports the striking teachers.” the city. Of course I support the teachers and that is why I came out to greet the individual teachers. As for the dispute itself, both sides must go to the table. “He says both sides must compromise.” I want the strike to end. Obviously for parents, teachers but especially for children. “The only way it will end is if the parties reach the table,” he said. Steinberg says more at stake will happen in the next two days in terms of negotiations. days, is really about what will happen in the coming months and years in this area because the region is very important .. As long as the administration and the workforce continue to be in conflict and this kind of disagreement erupts and erupts, time with “This year, children are the ones who will be hurt,” Steinberg said. | See below | “What we do not want to do is use what we are not sure will affect the way the budget is managed today,” Steinberg said in an interview with Zoom on Wednesday. KCRA 3. “This is not logical. This is not a sound budgeting practice for you, for me, in our family budgets. And certainly not for a district where 40,000 students depend on us.” | Read more What the district has to offer the teachers’ union and a history of controversy The district has said it is ready to speak at the negotiating table at any time. However, as of Friday afternoon, there are still no scheduled talks between the unions and the negotiators in the area. It is unclear whether the area will remain closed for a fourth day on Monday. Resources for families: Sacramento City Unified students can have lunch here during the teachers’ strike Are they affected by the Sac City Unified strike? These 3 companies offer activities for children Tell us: SCUSD families, what do you do with your children during the strike?

Thousands of teachers and educators in the city of Sacramento gathered in the streets of Sacramento for a third day of strike on Friday. The teachers’ union and the Sacramento Unified School District are still at odds over a new deal.

With more than 4,600 teachers and staff out of the classroom, thousands of students were unable to attend school as the district closed.

The strikers told KCRA 3 that the area was incomplete. The two unions – SCTA and SEIU – representing many of those employed by SCUSD say they want the district to agree to provide a retroactive, general increase in the cost of living, according to the inspector’s contract.

Teachers’ unions say the district is in a good position to meet their demands due to COVID-19-related funding, although the district explains that these funds are “one-off funds” and are not sustainable for growth. of wages and salaries.

| Data control Sacramento City Unified teachers are not the highest paid, but health benefits are at the top of the list

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg was at Friday’s rally and says he supports the striking teachers.

“I have a story here, in 2017 I was a mediator who helped solve this,” Steinberg said. “I represent the whole city. Of course I support the teachers and that is why I went out to say hello to the individual teachers. As for the controversy itself, both sides need to go to the table.”

He says the two sides must compromise.

“I want the strike to end. Obviously for the parents, the teachers but especially for the children. The only way to end it is if the parties get to the table,” he said.

Steinberg says more is at stake than what will happen in the next two days in terms of negotiations.

“There are even more important stakes than what will happen in the next two days, it is really about what will happen in the coming months and years in this area, because the region is very important … As long as management and work continue to “They are in conflict and this kind of conflict is shooting and feverish, year after year, children are the ones who will be hurt,” Steinberg said.

| See below | Steinberg comments on the Sacramento teachers’ strike

“What we do not want to do is use what we are not sure will affect the way the budget is managed today,” said Regional Superintendent Jorge Aguilar. Zoom interview on Wednesday with KCRA 3. “This does not make sense. It’s not a healthy budgeting practice for you, for me, in our family budgets. And certainly not for a district where 40,000 students depend on us.”

| Read more What did the district offer to the teachers’ union and a story of controversy

The region has said it is ready to speak at the negotiating table at any time. But as of Friday afternoon, there have been no scheduled talks between the unions and local negotiators.

It is unclear whether the area will remain closed for a fourth day on Monday.

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