Skip to comments.Brown's Countdown, Day 172: California teachers win big in state budget deal
Posted on 06/30/2011 10:53:35 AM PDT by SmithL
Teachers win layoff protection while school finance officials see their powers curtailed in the state budget package Gov. Jerry Brown is expected to sign today.
The last-minute school legislation, Assembly Bill 114, emerged publicly less than an hour before lawmakers approved it in a late-evening Tuesday session. It reflects the negotiating muscle of teachers as Democratic lawmakers crafted their majority-vote budget with a governor of their own party.
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He can't restrain himself - it's in the democrat DNA.
Man I gotta get outta here. Unfortunately, this is where the climate fits my clothes.
There's somethin' happening here what it is ain't exactly clear there's a man with a gun over there telling....
And to think that California ranks 50th in education.
Operate the schools assuming you will receive the funding later?
Single stupidest thing I've seen all year.
Math will win and the “education” majors will loose.
It’s just a matter of time.
I’ve got the popcorn out to watch.
With a big smile.
They only have negotiating muscle if the politician(s)are more worried about re election than doing the proper job.
The statist mafia are running a f^$n racket. How long will people take it?
They should be preparing brown’s recall petition and an initiative to overturn this legislation.
For all we know, those are there, too.
what does this tell us? Unions run that state and that is why business is awful there.
For the difference in taxes and cost of living, you can purchase climate appropriate clothing and have a healthy surplus long into the future. My house in Idaho is free and clear. The difficult task is finding gainful employment in the new location.
I hate to be the one to say it, but why would California parents fund the very institutiohn that is mentally abusing their precious children? Because it is eeeeezier than taking the time and effort to homeschool. So the country is dealt another mortal blow! For these kids are the future!
California ranks 50th in Business friendly.
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