Posted June 10, 2014 in the News
Blockbuster tenure ruling left a few things out
A few observations about Tuesday’s ruling by a judge in Los Angeles declaring California’s teacher tenure and seniority laws unconstitutional: It was a blockbuster. It’s headed for
Posted June 11, 2014 in the News
Aftermath: What the Vergara Decision Means
Reagan Duncan has taught a combined kindergarten-first grade class in Vista for 10 years. When she heard about Tuesday’s ruling in the Vergara v. California trial, she feared the worst. The
Posted June 21, 2014 in the News
Attacking teachers’ professional rights hurts schools
The recent landmark ruling on teacher tenure found that state laws giving teachers strong lifetime employment protections after less than two years on the job has resulted in a school system that denies...
Posted June 20, 2014 in the News
Vergara: An attack on teachers, schools, students
Corporate education reform hucksters, school privatization advocates, and anti-labor forces are claiming victory for a judge’s misguided decision that will hurt students and our schools.
Posted June 16, 2014 in the News
Bizarre ruling on tenure: Opposing view
The ruling by a Los Angeles judge in Vergara v. California is a bizarre development in the ongoing anti-teacher campaign funded by wealthy individuals trying to twist education policies
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