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LAUSD, Teachers Return To Bargaining Table At Mayor's Office After Negotiating Past MidnightThere was hope that the mayor could bring the teachers union and the school district together to make an agreement.
Are The Kids All Right? LA Teachers Strike Drags Into Third Day With No End In SightWith 35,000 teachers on the picket lines, classrooms are sitting empty throughout the city.
Student Attendance Rises Slightly As LA Teachers Rally On Day 2 Of StrikeRoughly 15,000 more students showed up for class Tuesday across the school district even as thousands of teachers returned to the picket lines on the second day of a teachers strike.
LA Teachers Go On Strike For First Time In 30 YearsIn the first walkout since 1989, the 30,000 teachers represented by United Teachers of Los Angeles went on strike after 21 months of failed negotiations.
Offers, Resources To Help LAUSD Students, Parents Get Through StrikeHere are some of the resources being offered to assist parents in keeping their children safe and occupied during the potential strike, which is slated to begin Monday.
With Just Hours Left, LAUSD Teachers Prepare For First Strike In 30 YearsLos Angeles teachers Sunday working for the second largest district in the nation will be preparing for their first strike in three decades.
'I Just Think It's Wrong:' Former LA Mayor Villaraigosa Weighs In On Possibility Of LAUSD Teachers' StrikeThe LAUSD teachers' union held a roundtable Saturday after announcing its members will strike on Monday following unsuccessful negotiations with the district. 
Teachers Union Rejects Revised LAUSD Offer, No Plans For Further TalksLAUSD officials say they are "extremely disappointed" that United Teachers Los Angeles has rejected the district's revised offer.
Judge: LA Teachers Can Go On Strike MondayThe strike, originally scheduled to start Thursday, follows two years of negotiating, mediation and a fact-finding session between LAUSD and United Teachers Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Teachers Delay Strike As Court Considers LAUSD Injunction RequestThe union representing Los Angeles Unified School District’s 30,000 teachers now say they will postpone a strike until Monday due to the possibility a judge will rule it didn’t give the district enough notice.
LAUSD Board Eases Volunteer Restrictions In Event Of StrikeParent volunteers will not need to pass a full federal background check during the strike.