L.A. Unified Teachers Ratings Should Be Disclosed, Judge Rules


The Times had opposed a delay, arguing that the Legislature had severely restricted agencies from using appeals as a delaying tactic to keep public records secret. The Public Records Act bars courts from ordering delays unless those fighting disclosure have a probable chance of success and would suffer "irreparable damage" by the release of documents before the case was settled. The act also requires agencies to file a special appeal within 20 days after the initial ruling.

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