January 19 | City Journal

A lawsuit against Los Angeles Unified School District could shake up how California evaluates teachers.

By Larry Sand

For nearly 40 years, the Los Angeles Unified School District has broken the law--and nobody seemed to notice. Now a group of parents and students are taking the district to court. On November 1, a half-dozen anonymous families working with EdVoice, a reform advocacy group in Sacramento, filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against the LAUSD, district superintendent John Deasy, and United Teachers Los Angeles.

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