Should it be easier for California public schools to fire teachers? A Silicon Valley entrepreneur is spearheading a lawsuit against the state challenging teacher tenure and seniority, which critics say make it harder to remove ineffective instructors. Advocates for teachers say job security and other benefits are essential to lure good teachers into low-paying jobs. We’ll get the latest developments on the trial and examine the implications of the case.
John Fensterwald, reporter for EdSource
Theodore Boutrous, attorney for the nine student plaintiffs challenging California's teacher tenure rules
James Finberg, lead attorney in the Vergara lawsuit trial representing California Teachers Association and the California Federation of Teachers