Fresno Unified parent Lilia Becerril was one of the parents profiled as part of the district’s I Am Ready campaign at the annual FUSD convocation event in August. The Fresno Teachers Association says too much money has been spent to promote the campaign, which aims to increase the graduation rate.
Fresno Unified parent Lilia Becerril was one of the parents profiled as part of the district’s I Am Ready campaign at the annual FUSD convocation event in August. The Fresno Teachers Association says too much money has been spent to promote the campaign, which aims to increase the graduation rate. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Fresno Unified parent Lilia Becerril was one of the parents profiled as part of the district’s I Am Ready campaign at the annual FUSD convocation event in August. The Fresno Teachers Association says too much money has been spent to promote the campaign, which aims to increase the graduation rate. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

Teachers union slams Fresno Unified for spending on public relations, attorneys

September 04, 2016 06:00 AM

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