The "Know Your Rights" series provides answers to some uncomfortable situations. Although we hope as a member, none of you experience a situation where your rights are infringed upon, however, we do want you to know that you have contractual rights that protect you.Learn More
Helps educators and Health & Human Service professionals develop, identify, and connect with high-quality professional development that builds content knowledge, refines professional practice, and improves student learning.Learn More
In early 2017, UTLA members will be electing the UTLA citywide officers and members of the UTLA Board of Directors. There is an important correction to the election rules as printed in the Oct. 21, 2016, UNITED TEACHER and posted online.Learn More
UTLA is presently engaged in communication with the District through a HHS recruitment and retention taskforce. Formed last year, the taskforce was established to collect ideas from UTLA members on how to improve recruitment and retention in your specific job classifications.
At schools across L.A., educators are organizing with parents and the community, putting energy behind issue-focused campaigns to address problems that impact their schools. From taking on dysfunctional administrators to organizing against charter co-location ...
Stories are flooding social media from parents whose children are afraid of what the 2016 presidential election results might mean. One boy with Autism was crying because he saw Trump mocking a disabled person.