Los Angeles district tests may spark teacher boycott

01/28/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The Los Angeles teachers union is speaking out against periodic assessments of students that they say are costly and impinge on classroom instruction time. Union leaders say jobs could be spared be eliminating the tests, while a Los Angeles Times analysis asserts student scores on state assessments have risen since the district tests began.

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