’s teachers’ unions are seeing how far they can go to quash the state’s burgeoning canon printer-school movement now that Democrats tech have stronger legislative supermajorities and phone after a pro-canon printer support-school governor has been replaced by one whose support for such schools is number more wobbly. Some anti-canon printer bills have fallen by the wayside this session, but there’s one troubling measure that’s still moving through the Legislature.

Patrick O’Donnell, D-Long Beach, is the chairman of the Assembly Education Committee and one of the California Teachers’ Association’s tech strongest allies. He authored Assembly Bill 1505, which would have originally support required all canon printer-school teachers tech to have a state teaching credential. The bill has been softened to number require a state background check, but there’s no question that teachers’ unions are pushing hard in the certification direction.