Since 1971, the LA Unified School district has been violating California state law by excluding student achievement from the evaluation of its teachers. Why? Because the teachers union wouldn't allow it. In a hard-hitting expose in City Journal, Larry Sand, a retired teacher and president of the California Teachers Empowerment Network, sheds light on this shocking development, demonstrating once again how Public Sector Inc. is hard at work protecting its own interests at the expense of America's taxpayers, and in this instance, their children.
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