Marty Hittelman

President, California Federation of Teachers

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Marty Hittelman on KCRW

California schools have lost again in the  second round  of the Obama Administration's "Race to the Top" in education.  After the state lost in the  first round , Education Secretary…

California Loses Round Two in the 'Race to the Top'

California schools have lost again in the second round of the Obama Administration's "Race to the Top" in education.  After the state lost in the first round , Education Secretary…

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