L.A. board member: Union should change negative public perceptions

08/5/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

About 400 teacher-leaders attended a weekend meeting hosted by United Teachers Los Angeles. The event focused on the need for the labor union to reform its public image and support state policies that support teachers. Monica Ratliff, a fifth-grade teacher serving on the Los Angeles Board of Education, spoke to the gathering Sunday to urge teachers to shift negative public opinion by highlighting positive works.

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