Hidden classroom camera draws union complaint

05/28/2008 | HeraldNet (Everett, Wash.) · HeraldNet (Everett, Wash.)

A Washington state teachers' union reportedly will ask a state commission to hold a public hearing after the district admitted to secretly taping an English teacher's classroom for a month last year to determine whether she was helping students publish an underground newspaper. The teacher was fired in November for aiding the students, but was reinstated in April.

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