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Topic - Louisiana Association Of Educators
A state district judge in Monroe ruled Friday that parts of Gov. Bobby Jindal's teacher tenure revamp passed in 2012 are unconstitutional.
The leader of a statewide teacher union said Friday that her organization has been excluded from the Jindal administration's talks about tweaks to Louisiana's teacher tenure law.
A Baton Rouge judge refused Monday to give class action status to a lawsuit claiming the state's public school funding formulas were not properly approved by lawmakers for three years.
The state's top school board is considering changes to the way it divvies up $3.5 billion in annual funding for public schools, embracing ideas Tuesday that would increase spending on technical training and special education.
Hearing teachers unions complain about extending school choice to American families is nothing new. They have been spreading misinformation about efforts to break up their monopoly on education for years. With millions of students going back to school, we can, unfortunately, expect them to turn up the volume.
Teachers have their sights set on another Republican governor. This time, it's Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal.