A sweeping agreement announced Friday between unions and Los Angeles school officials will result in a longer school year, a return to a three-week winter break and a reboot of controversial acceleration days.

The deal also includes the resolution of legal issues, including some that could have proved to be important test cases for future labor negotiations.

Under the pact, each of the next two years will be extended by three days of instruction — although teachers’ pay will increase by only one day. The district is accomplishing this by eliminating two required days that teachers formerly had to work when no students were on campus. Click here to read more: https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2023-06-02/deal-extends-l-a-school-year-restores-three-week-winter-break?utm_id=99913&sfmc_id=2420175