SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — A newly-formed parents coalition says it is fed up with a labor impasse between the Sacramento City Unified School District and the teachers union that is hampering their children’s education.
Parents joined with community and business groups, as well as other unions, to demand talks between SCUSD and the teachers union happen twice a week or more.
“Every other district in the state has an agreement on distance learning,” said parent Daniel Conway. “Here in Sacramento, we’re somehow a month and a half into the school year and we’re still without one.”
The Sacramento City Teachers Association told FOX40 that its members are still showing up for work and doing what they feel is safe.
The district says it had to adopt a distance learning plan without a union agreement after the union declared an impasse in talks.
SCUSD and the Sacramento City Teachers Association are