Berkeley's Unequal Punishment of Teachers 

The school district disproportionately disciplines black teachers and older educators with higher salaries. Are students paying the price?

On December 12, 2012, Berkeley High School teacher Brian Crowell wrote to principal Pasquale Scuderi about a concern he and several colleagues had been discussing for years. He wanted to know why the ninth-grade history curriculum at Academic Choice, one of six…

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