Appellate court invalidates settlement that exempted some L.A. Schools from seniority-based layoffs

August 2012
American School & University Exclusive Insight;8/13/2012, p7
The article discusses a court case wherein the California Appellate Court ruled that a settlement between Los Angeles Unified school districts and civil rights groups violated the due process rights of teachers union's with regard to seniority-based teacher layoffs.


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