The Region : Move in School Pay Fight

A state-appointed mediator has called for an independent review in a long-running pay dispute between the Los Angeles school district and United Teachers-Los Angeles. A spokesman for the teachers' union, which represents 32,000 teachers and counselors, said the lack of progress in negotiations over wages spurred a request to the state Public Employment Relations Board to assign a fact-finder to help resolve the dispute. The fact-finder can recommend terms for a settlement, but the recommendation is not binding. Union officials rejected the last formal offer of a 10% raise.

For the Record Los Angeles Times Tuesday March 17, 1987 Home Edition Part 1 Page 2 Column 1 Metro Desk 2 inches; 54 words Type of Material: Correction An article in The Times on Sunday did not fully describe the last formal wage offer discussed by the Los Angeles Unified School District and United Teachers-Los Angeles. The offer, which the teachers' union rejected, was for a 10% raise retroactive to November, 1986. The teachers union has argued that whatever raise is agreed on be applied to the entire school year, which began in July.
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