As president of the LA teachers' union, A.J. Duffy was a staunch opponent of charter schools. Now he wants to run one that makes tenure harder to get and streamlines teacher dismissals. We talk with him and his successor as head of the UTLA, and hear about new rules set by the elected school board that could change who gets to control new schools. Do the new rules rely on standardized tests to judge teacher performance? Do they give insiders too much clout? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, America and the food revolution.
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