Settlement to L.A. lawsuit would change how teachers are laid off

10/13/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A lawsuit against the Los Angeles school district over teacher layoffs at three poor-performing middle schools has turned into a vehicle to change how layoffs are done in the district. The tentative settlement of the suit is expected to be taken up in court today. The district's teachers union was not involved in developing the proposed settlement, which could result in less consideration for teacher seniority in making layoff decisions.

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