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What Happens To Due Process For Kansas Teachers?
A controversial move by Kansas lawmakers has teachers up in arms all over the state. Steve Kraske talks with Kansas State Rep. John Bradford, who supported the change in the law, and Mark Desetti of the Kansas National Education Association. They'll discuss how it will now be easier to fire teachers by eliminating their due-process rights and how supporters say that will improve education. They also look at how this affects job security for teachers as well as their ability to criticize administrators when called for.
- John Bradford of Lansing is the State Representative for District 40 in Kansas.
- Mark Desetti is the Director of Government Relations for the KNEA.