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Despite All the Talk, Charter School Unions Still Mostly a Function of State Law

Charter school teachers at the Port of Los Angeles High School voted to decertify United Teachers Los Angeles as their bargaining representative. It’s a big deal to them, but it doesn’t tell us much one way or the other about nationwide unionization trends in charters. It’s part of the natural ebb and flow of organizing … Continue reading "Despite All the Talk, Charter School Unions St
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