Retired teacher Leota Coats tells state legislators at a Derby forum Monday that the recently passed school finance law eliminating state-mandated due process hearings for teachers is ill-advised. She was dismissed in 1980 after flunking a star football player at Wellington High School, fought it to the Supreme Court and won.
Retired teacher Leota Coats tells state legislators at a Derby forum Monday that the recently passed school finance law eliminating state-mandated due process hearings for teachers is ill-advised. She was dismissed in 1980 after flunking a star football player at Wellington High School, fought it to the Supreme Court and won. The Wichita Eagle
Retired teacher Leota Coats tells state legislators at a Derby forum Monday that the recently passed school finance law eliminating state-mandated due process hearings for teachers is ill-advised. She was dismissed in 1980 after flunking a star football player at Wellington High School, fought it to the Supreme Court and won. The Wichita Eagle

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