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Last in, first out policy examined

Learning Matters producers John Tulenko and Audrey Baker traveled to Hartford, Ct., recently to investigate the many sides of "last in, first out" (LIFO), a method of teacher retention in many states.
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Learning Matters producers John Tulenko and Audrey Baker traveled to Hartford, Ct., recently to investigate the many sides of "last in, first out" (LIFO), a method of teacher retention in many states. The contentious issue has serious financial implications for Hartford, as well as school districts nationwide.

To read more , or to watch the story, which aired on PBS NewsHour May 9th, visit the Learning Matters website.

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