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Read In-Depth: The Vergara v. California Teacher-Tenure Case

With the help of Students Matter, nine California public school children filed the statewide lawsuit Vergara v. California against the State of California in May 2012 to strike down the laws handcuffing schools from doing what’s best for kids when it comes to teachers. - See more at: http://studentsmatter.org/our-case/vergara-v-california-case-summary/#st...

With the help of the advocacy organization Students Matter, nine California public school children filed the statewide lawsuit Vergara v. California against the State of California to strike down teacher-tenure laws they believed interfered with their Constitutional right to learn from effective teachers and have an equal opportunity to succeed in school.

Find out more about the landmark and highly controversial ruling by reading in-depth the case evidence and timeline, court transcripts, quotes from the ruling and more.

Read the full case summary.

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