February 9, 2024; 6:35 pm—KQED Reporter Alex Hall speaks with Public Advocates’ Law Fellow Karissa Provenza about the three Williams complaints Public Advocates filed against the WCCUSD earlier this month and the impact on students. The complaints highlight the disproportionate number of teacher vacancies the school district has, and how the school district is currently filling these vacancies illegally—with rolling substitutes, or having current permanent educators fill classes during their free prep time.

Listen to the KQED Story which starts at around 1:00.


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