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Rochester, New York / Teacher Tenure / Yarn Story / A Discussion #1023046

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 28, 2012
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Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced. Rochester: Tom Foreman) The three-year story of Rochester, New York, physical education teacher Valerie Yarn, who has been accused of making sexually suggestive comments to girls and women, but can't be fired due to tenure examined; court records quoted. [Student Olivia HOLLEY†- says she told us to remove our shirts and bras in class.] [State school board's Jay WORONA†- says the disciplinary process for teachers is broken.] [Teachers union Adam URBANSKI - defends teachers and the due process.] Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with disability rights attorney and children's advocate Areva Martin about tenure. [MARTIN - talks about teacher tenure, the due process in these cases of trying to remove a teacher, policies tying performance to raises etc..]
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