Tish Rice, right, Fresno Teachers Association president, with FUSD trustees, from left, Elizabeth Jonasson Rosas, Valerie Davis, Brooke Ashjian, Claudia Cazares and Carol Mills, listens to comments from the audience during during the Fresno Teachers Association’s “Summit on the Future of FUSD,” at People’s Church March 28.
Tish Rice, right, Fresno Teachers Association president, with FUSD trustees, from left, Elizabeth Jonasson Rosas, Valerie Davis, Brooke Ashjian, Claudia Cazares and Carol Mills, listens to comments from the audience during during the Fresno Teachers Association’s “Summit on the Future of FUSD,” at People’s Church March 28. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Tish Rice, right, Fresno Teachers Association president, with FUSD trustees, from left, Elizabeth Jonasson Rosas, Valerie Davis, Brooke Ashjian, Claudia Cazares and Carol Mills, listens to comments from the audience during during the Fresno Teachers Association’s “Summit on the Future of FUSD,” at People’s Church March 28. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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