FNC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 03, 2006
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(Los Angeles: Anita Vogel) The new teacher transfer law in California that keeps schools from being forced to hire poorly performing teachers examined; details given on union officials’ claim that the new law could be abused. [Senator Jack SCOTT- comments; says forcing an underperforming teacher on students is unfair.] [United Teachers Los Angeles’ Al DUFFY- says neither principals are required to provide a reason for firing or not hiring a teacher; asks why we are not looking at must-place principals as well.]
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