Nov 23, 2015

State teachers union campaigns to keep its clout - San Francisco Chronicle

Billions of dollars for schools will probably be at stake on the 2016 ballot, as well as pivotal campaigns for state Legislature and a question about union pensions. [...] the Capitol is expecting a robust debate about how schools are evaluated, and courts will hear two lawsuits challenging the teachers union. The teachers union has become a force in Sacramento by pouring millions into...

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