California Bill Would Allow Faster Dismissal Of Teachers Accused Of Egregious Conduct
California legislators unanimously passed Assembly Bill 215, also known as the teacher dismissal bill. It’s heading to the desk of Governor Jerry Brown. If it becomes law, school districts can dismissal a teacher accused of immoral or egregious conduct in just 30 days after giving the teacher written notice.
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