by John Shu In 1992, California became the second state to permit charter schools. A charter school is a public school which provides K-12 instruction. They are therefore at least partially government funded. Students choose to enroll in a charter school. Charter schools may serve students from adjacent counties. The California Charter Schools Act, California Education Code (CEC) § 47600 et seq., is the primary…View
By Craig P. Alexander, Esq. On Monday, June 30, 2014 the United State Supreme Court issued its ruling in the important case of Harris v. Quinn. While the case is limited in its ruling and scope, it is a critical one where the Court boxed in the ever expansionist reach of government employee unions. Background: Mrs. Pamela Harris is the mother of a severely disabled…View
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