The Los Angeles teachers union is calling for mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for every eligible understudy and stricter quarantine rules while bringing up certain criticisms regarding another region command for online instruction when students are in quarantine.
The interest from United Teachers Los Angeles, in a proposition submitted at the bargaining table, calls for students “to accomplish full vaccination no later than 12 weeks following the birthday in which they become eligible,” subject to medical and religious exemptions spread out in state and government law.
The union additionally is calling for whole classes of more youthful students to be quarantined when anybody in that class — staff or understudy — tests positive for a Covid infection.
The union’s proposals were laid out in a document called “Counterproposal #2,” which is dated Aug. 26 and was supplied to news. There is no indication that the district has agreed to either proposal, which would further cement L.A. Unified’s coronavirus rules as among the strictest in the nation.