• By Max Ehrenfreund | Washington Post | September 18, 2014 David Boies is an accomplished civil rights attorney who is probably best known for his Supreme Court cases, in which he has represented Al Gore and Californian gay couples seeking to marry. Now he is working on behalf of kids in urban schools, but his approach… More

    Washington Post: David Boies helped California gay couples win the right to marry. Now he’s attacking teacher tenure

Rochester Business Journal: Most Readers Oppose N.Y. Tenure System

RBJ “More than 85 percent of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents oppose New York’s tenure and seniority protections for teachers. The battle over teacher tenure moved to New York last month. In a pair of lawsuits, parents backed by advocacy groups challenged the state’s tenure and seniority protections for teachers, arguing that these are […]

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Inside City Hall: Campbell Brown & Keoni Wright Discuss Teacher Tenure

Inside City Hall 8/6/14 NY1 VIDEO: Campbell Brown, founder of the Partnership for Educational Justice, and Keoni Wright, a NY Parent who is a plaintiff in the Wright v NY lawsuit against the state, joined Inside City Hall with Errol Louis to discuss their call to change New York’s teacher tenure rules. NY1 Clip Here

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Morning Joe: Tenure Reform is “Not Anti-Teacher; It’s Pro Education”

MSNBC’s Morning Joe | Monday, 8/4/14 Campbell Brown, founder of Partnership for Educational Justice (PEJ), and liberal legal champion David Boies, Chairman of PEJ,  join Morning Joe to discuss Wright v. New York — a new lawsuit being brought by 7 New York State families who are suing to overturn New York’s teacher tenure laws. FULL LINK: http://www.msnbc.com/morning-joe/watch/this-is-not-anti-teacher–it-s-pro-education-314796099843

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Washington Post: David Boies helped California gay couples win the right to marry. Now he’s attacking teacher tenure

By Max Ehrenfreund | Washington Post | September 18, 2014 David Boies is an accomplished civil rights attorney who is probably best known for his Supreme Court cases, in which he has represented Al Gore and Californian gay couples seeking to marry. Now he is working on behalf of kids in urban schools, but his approach […]

TPM: Campbell Brown Is Getting The Same Treatment Michelle Rhee Got

By Conor P. Williams | Talking Points Memo | September 16, 2014 Few issues these days bring the rhetorical heat like education. So I probably shouldn’t have been surprised to see a new attack site purporting to reveal “The Real Campbell Brown” as a right-wing mouthpiece shilling for Wall Streeters. After all, Brown is a leader in […]

Washington Post: David Boies, Eyeing Education Through a Civil Rights Lens

By Lyndsey Layton | The Washington Post | September 15, 2014 David Boies, the superlawyer who chairs a group that is trying to overturn teacher tenure laws in New York and elsewhere, said Monday that his organization is not looking to take the issue to the U.S. Supreme Court — at least not in the short run. […]

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CBS This Morning: Tackling Tenure

Campbell Brown and David Boies of Partnership for Educational Justice joined CBS This Morning to discuss teacher tenure reform and the filing of Wright v. NY by 7 New York public school families. Interview here: http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/campbell-brown-and-lawyer-david-boies-team-up-for-teacher-tenure-reform/

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Campbell Brown: Setting the Record Straight on Tenure

By Campbell Brown | New York Daily News “The tenacious New York parents who are challenging the state in court have one goal in mind: ensuring that all of our public school children have good teachers. They know that research confirms the single greatest in-school factor in a child’s academic success is a good teacher. […]

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A historic victory for America’s kids

A historic victory for America’s kids TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 2014 By Campbell Brown  The case began with courageous students, because they had to endure the nightmare: grossly incompetent teachers, mainly in poor and minority schools, protected by state laws. And when the court ruling thundered down Tuesday, the impact was profoundly clear: Students, you win. […]

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