N.Y. teachers union votes 'no confidence' in state ed. leader John King

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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

The state's largest and most powerful teachers union issued a declaration of "no confidence" in state Education Commissioner John King on Saturday.

The action called for King's removal from his post by the state Board of Regents.

New York State United Teachers' 80-member board of directors unanimously approved the symbolic but unprecedented resolution, which states the board has "no confidence in the policies of the Commissioner of Education."

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