Monday, October 12, 2015

Los Angeles District Charter School Expansion Could Cost Thousands Of Public School Jobs.

The Los Angeles Times (10/8, Blume) reports if the Los Angeles Unified School District adopts the $490 million proposal to double the number of students attending charter schools, then thousands of teachers working in the city’s public schools could lose their jobs. The proposal says the expansion would require around 5,000 additional teachers, but plans to recruit newer teachers from programs like Teach For America instead of rehiring Los Angeles district teachers.

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