Thursday, September 11, 2014

L.A. school board approves contract to destroy emails after a year [LA Times, 9/11/14]:  The Los Angeles Unified School District took steps this week to enforce rules under which emails are deleted after one year, raising concerns about whether important public records would be destroyed in the process.

Supporting teachers is the way to improve schools [Linda Darling-Hammond Op Ed in SF Chron, 9/10/14]: “The recent Vergara lawsuit suggested that eliminating teachers' due process rights is the best way to achieve this. But if it were that simple, the highest achievement would be in the states where teachers lack these rights, mostly in the South. In fact, the reverse is true.”

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