Warren Fletcher

United Teachers Los Angeles

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President of United Teachers Los Angeles, the union for LA school teachers; former English teacher (1983-2011)

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It's now up to Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rolf Treu to decide a  case brought by Students Matter , a group funded by Silicon Valley businessman David Welch.

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A  new Stanford study  says students who attend charter schools here in L.A. spend more time learning than their public school counterparts, especially Hispanic children.

L.A. Charter School Performance

A new Stanford study says students who attend charter schools here in L.A. spend more time learning than their public school counterparts, especially Hispanic children.

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