Nan Austin

July 2, 2014 12:00 AM

Teacher dismissal fix shows Capitol can collaborate, but public wants more

Faster action in egregious cases of misconduct by teachers has been signed into law. Teachers, too, are applauding AB 215, a reform that addresses concerns of a controversial case that also took on teacher tenure and seniority. A new poll finds public opinion is solidly behind changing those laws as well.

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