The Los Angeles Unified School District has taken hundreds of teachers out of their classrooms over the past few years under allegations of misconduct or child-abuse. However, little to none of these accusations have been verified, and many of the teachers have been held in limbo for over a year without any explanation or due process of law.
This stalling tactic is used to remove any teacher who becomes problematic to the agenda of maximizing the profits of the privatized school and prison industrial complex. This means any teacher who is making too much money, becoming too politically active and best of all; educating children.
@mka123088Lmao what a poorly made video. 1) Where's the audio? 2) You throw off 2 Statistics in the video that aren't corroborated by any sources whatsoever (unlike the LaWeekly one, and LaTimes one). So far there has been no evidence that proves that these high number of misconduct cases represent false claims. If there is I should would like to read about it. Remember as mentioned below by another user, the unions have the ability to stretch these cases for many years before the "truth" is found, they deliberate stretch, so that the victims cannot sustain this legal claim all the way through.