Commentary: The absurd logic behind a Vergara ruling that tells parents they have no recourse
This month, a California appeals court restored the state’s teacher tenure laws, which had been ruled unconstitutional by a lower court two years ago. But the ruling was hardly a ringing endorsement of California’s approach to tenure. Here’s what’s not in dispute in the case, Vergara v. California, even after the appeals court’s decision: Thousands...
By Daniel Weisberg | April 25, 2016