CapCon Draws Attention to Teacher Layoffs

The Flint Journal today reports on an exclusive story in Michigan Capitol Confidential about the propensity of conventional media to report on teacher layoffs each spring, but then fail to report at the beginning of the school year how few, if any, teachers actually remain laid off.

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