If passed, the package of bills would bring big changes to the charter schools, including a requirement that they be run as non-profits, that charters be considered government entities and that all of their workers be public employees. One of them would also make it easier for charter school teachers to unionize.
To read more, go to http://laschoolreport.com/state-lawmakers-call-for-deeper-regulation-of-charter-schools/ To read what the California Charter School Association thinks of the bills, go here - http://www.calcharters.org/blog/2015/03/ccsa-issues-statement-on-california-teachers-association-anti-charter-legislation.html
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