Teachers are furious over the secret taping by the Everett School District last year of a Cascade High School teacher and her classroom, the Daily Herald of Everett, Wash., reports. The Everett Education Association plans to file a claim that the district violated labor practices and employees' rights when it used a surveillance camera to tape English and journalism teacher Kay Powers. District Superintendent Carol Whitehead revealed last week in a two-page letter to district employees that the district used a video camera to record Powers' classroom between May 10 and June 11 last year. A district lawyer just last

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