Julia Macias, one of the nine student plaintiffs in the case where a judge ruled California's teacher tenure laws unconstitutional, speaks in Los Angeles in 2014. The ruling was overturned on appeal and on Monday, the California Supreme Court decided not to review the case.
Julia Macias, one of the nine student plaintiffs in the case where a judge ruled California's teacher tenure laws unconstitutional, speaks in Los Angeles in 2014. The ruling was overturned on appeal and on Monday, the California Supreme Court decided not to review the case. MONICA ALMEIDA NYT
Julia Macias, one of the nine student plaintiffs in the case where a judge ruled California's teacher tenure laws unconstitutional, speaks in Los Angeles in 2014. The ruling was overturned on appeal and on Monday, the California Supreme Court decided not to review the case. MONICA ALMEIDA NYT

Teacher tenure debate ends with too little noise

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