English teacher Radka Tomasek speaks to the class.
Teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District have ratified a historic labor contract that gives them unprecedented freedom in determining the kind of academic reforms they want at their own schools. But some critics say the agreement represents a huge step backwards in the national movement to turn around struggling schools. Reporter: Ana Tintocalis
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