Students Matter founder David Welch, an entrepreneur from Silicon Valley, comments on the Vergara v. California verdict in Los Angeles last June. A judge struck down tenure and other job protections for California's public school teachers as unconstitutional, saying such laws harm students, especially poor and minority ones, by saddling them with bad teachers. The ruling is on appeal.
Students Matter founder David Welch, an entrepreneur from Silicon Valley, comments on the Vergara v. California verdict in Los Angeles last June. A judge struck down tenure and other job protections for California's public school teachers as unconstitutional, saying such laws harm students, especially poor and minority ones, by saddling them with bad teachers. The ruling is on appeal. Damian Dovarganes The Associated Press
Students Matter founder David Welch, an entrepreneur from Silicon Valley, comments on the Vergara v. California verdict in Los Angeles last June. A judge struck down tenure and other job protections for California's public school teachers as unconstitutional, saying such laws harm students, especially poor and minority ones, by saddling them with bad teachers. The ruling is on appeal. Damian Dovarganes The Associated Press
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Activists look to courts to weaken grip of California teachers union

May 16, 2015 11:00 AM

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