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Doe v. Antioch: The Court Got It Wrong

On Monday, the California Superior Court of Contra Costa County issued a flawed decision in Doe v. Antioch in favor of the school district defendants and against the petitioners — a group of California teachers, parents and concerned citizens seeking to compel 13 school districts to comply with the state’s […continue]

The Fight for Meaningful Teacher Evaluations

On Friday, the Students Matter-sponsored teacher evaluation lawsuit Doe v. Antioch was heard by the California Superior Court of Contra Costa County. Bay Area News Group’s Joyce Tsai reported in the Mercury News on the hearing, in which the Petitioners — a group of California teachers, parents and concerned taxpayers — asked Judge Barry […continue]

Doe v. Antioch Teacher Evaluation Lawsuit in Court

Today, a group of California teachers, parents and concerned taxpayers seeking to ensure that public school educators are meaningfully evaluated, as required by state law, will have their day in court. Their lawsuit, Doe v. Antioch, asks the California Superior Court of Contra Costa County to compel thirteen school districts […continue]