UCLA Education: The LA Teachers’ Strike, a Year Later

Public education scholars Pedro Noguera and John Rogers share their perspectives.

UCLA Professors of Education John Rogers and Pedro Noguera were interviewed by L.A. Times education reporter Howard Blume for their perspectives on the 2019 Los Angeles teachers’ strike.

Rogers is the director of the Institute for Democracy, Education and Access at UCLA. Click here to view his work on “Data for Democracy,” a UCLA Centennial Initiative project.

Noguera directs the Center for the Transformation of Schools. Visit this link to read his op-ed for The Los Angeles Times, published on Jan. 7, 2019.

To hear their interview by Howard Blume on KPFK’s “Listen Here,” visit this link.

Above: UCLA alumna Roxana Duenas (’09, M.Ed.)was the inspiration for this iconic poster supporting the 2019 Los Angeles teachers’ strike.

Photo by Kent Nishimura, LA Times