LAUSD Teacher Jail: Breaking Educators?

with Cliff Feddersen, Workers' Compensation Attorney
790 KABC, March 8, 2014

Gurvey's Law discusses Los Angeles Unified School Districts "teacher jail."  Some educators have been shuttled to facilities into cubicles with no phones, no computers and are writing lesson plans no one will ever use while they are investigated for alleged misconduct.  Some teachers have been "jailed" for over 3 years. The district’s own policy memo on employee investigations is clear. It sets strict timelines for investigations, calling for them all to be completed within 120 calendar days. Investigations that don’t require law enforcement must be completed within 30 days.  Cliff Feddersen of Rowen, Gurvey and Win discusses the effects on the teachers' morale and mental and physical health. 

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