“This law has a very strong and very lengthy gravitas to it. Going back, identifying things that happened when people were in college 20-30 years ago and bringing down to labor to question them about those things, and some people… a few people, I understand, have lost their positions to teach in this district,” said Keith Williams, Memphis Shelby County Education Association executive director.
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