The Secondary Committee meets on the same day as the PACE Committee at 4:00 PM at the UTLA Building.
See your UTLA Governance Meeting Schedule for other UTLA governance meetings.
|Food bank and pantry location resources|
|Guidelines for Preventing Heat Stress||LAUSD Policy Bulletin BUL-963.1|
|Impact of the TA on Secondary RIFs Restoration||Note for Secondary School members about the 2011 Tentative Agreement|
|Small Learning Communities (SLC's)||Resources for Small Learning Communities|
|Elect to Work Agreement||For CRHS #13 (Tailor Yards)|
|Secondary VP Newsletter updates||Archived newsletters of UTLA's Secondary Vice President|
|National Board Certification||NBC is a voluntary system to assess and certify teachers who meet high and rigorous standards.|
Confused about PHBAO conferencing versus back to school / open house? Here is the arbitration that explains the difference. For further information, call Linda Guthrie at (213) 368-6237.
|LAUSD memo 2422.0 (March 1, 2006) and REF 3361.0 (April 10, 2007)|
The Waiver Request form and several sample waiver request forms.
This is a sample of a report generated by the Superintendent's Team visit. If your school has been visited, you should look for this type of document.
The composition and responsibilities of various school councils.
Key points of the settlement agreement. "Up to 80 District Schools will be selected to participate in the Quality Education Investment Act (QEIA)."
How to make sure you're properly authorized to teach English learners; a guide to the process compiled by UTLA member Anne Marie Ankers.
LAUSD's draft (May 9, 2006) memorandum regarding professional Development banked time days.
|Reminder for SLC teachers||Per the UTLA/LAUSD contract, SLC teachers are to receive a period off|
Creating Small Schools
Sample job descriptions for Small Learning Center Lead Teachers.
Applying Western Association of School and Colleges (WASC) accreditation guidelines to Small Learning Centers
|Year of the worker: How Labor Struggles Punctuated 2012||Graciela Razo looks back at the major labor struggles and triumphs in 2012 so that we can think about how workers can move ahead in the days to come.|