Can a lawsuit by nine students topple teacher tenure?
Clip: 03/29/2014 | 9m 56s
Arguments ended this week in a landmark California lawsuit in which nine public school students sued to overturn the state's teacher tenure laws. Will the outcome spell the end of some prized teacher rights? Experts say the case could impact education reform efforts nationwide.
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