Fresno Teachers Association President Tish Rice, alongside Fresno Unified trustees Brooke Ashjian, left, and Carol Mills, right, held a news conference outside Bullard High on Wednesday, calling for stricter discipline policies.
Fresno Teachers Association President Tish Rice, alongside Fresno Unified trustees Brooke Ashjian, left, and Carol Mills, right, held a news conference outside Bullard High on Wednesday, calling for stricter discipline policies. MACKENZIE MAYS mmays@fresnobee.com
Fresno Teachers Association President Tish Rice, alongside Fresno Unified trustees Brooke Ashjian, left, and Carol Mills, right, held a news conference outside Bullard High on Wednesday, calling for stricter discipline policies. MACKENZIE MAYS mmays@fresnobee.com

Fresno Unified teachers, trustees demand stricter discipline in schools

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