Guilford School Board to sue state over law abolishing teacher tenure
The Greensboro News and Record has the details.
The school board voted unanimously Tuesday to challenge the law and ask for relief from laws requiring it to offer contracts to certain teachers in exchange for their tenure. Board members said the law is unconstitutional, and its wording unclear. The board said the law “represents yet another thinly veiled attack on public education and educators.”
Phil Berger sent a letter to the Board earlier in the day, saying their action ignoring part of the law was "illegal".
The Board's attorney argues that the law changes teacher salary and status without due process.
Is there a significant law passed by this Tea Bagger legislature that isn't getting challenged in court?