LOS ANGELES — A potentially crippling strike by service workers that would shut down Los Angeles Unified School District campuses for three days was looming large Friday, with little hope of any resolution being reached before the planned Tuesday walkout.

It was unclear when, or if, the Service Employees International Local 99 union — representing roughly 30,000 cafeteria workers, bus drivers, custodians, special education assistants and other workers — would be back at the bargaining table with the district.

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Jimzan 3

LAUSD does "NOT" care about your children (IMHO). They care about Money...and Self Enrichment...and that's about it. They would still be doing Drugs and watching TV during the week (most... not all) if they had things their way....Teachers (Public Schools) have become Lazy Parasites...nothing more. You would be Wise to Enroll your Child in a Private School, or Home-school them Yourself...Unless you want them to be a worthless POS Liberal Activist. ;)

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