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Gov. Bobby Jindal received another legal setback to his educational reforms Monday.
Gov. Bobby Jindal received another legal setback to his educational reforms Monday.

Gov. Bobby Jindal received another legal setback to his educational reforms Monday.

A Baton Rouge Judge has ruled that the reforms to teacher tenure and evaluations pushed for by Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal are unconstitutional.  Teachers had protested the reforms, actually shutting schools down in order to protest.  For up-to-date news accounts of this story, photos and to post a comment, please access the links below:

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03/04/2013 – Gov. Bobby Jindal’s teacher tenure and evaluation reforms ruled unconstitutional

03/14/2012 – Teachers to rally against Jindal’s education plan, some schools cancel class

03/14/2012 – Louisiana Federation for Children “Condemns” closing schools

03/14/2012 – Gov. makes a plea for education changes as teachers demonstrate

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