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Monthly Archives: January 2016

Los Alamos teacher switching schools due to discrimination

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January 26, 2016 KOB Zeynep Unal, a teacher at a Los Alamos school with Turkish and Muslim background, is switching schools due to discrimination.  According to Unal’s attorney, Kate Ferlic, she was “verbally and psychologically abused at work.” “They made her workplace so difficult for her because of her Turkish origin,” Ferlic said.  Unal began having panic attacks from the stress…

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Public Hearing begins for J. Steven Baca

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January 21, 2016 Santa Fe New Mexican Attorney Kate Ferlic’s request for a public hearing for J. Steven Baca was approved 4-1, and in return the public had an rare inside look into government employee hearings.  During the 7 hours of testimony mostly from the district, Ferlic established J. Steven Baca was removed as principal of Ortiz Middle School after he…

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Steven Baca hearing delayed to give public more notice

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January 6, 2016 Santa Fe New Mexican The hearing for the former Ortiz Middle School principal J. Steven Baca was delayed in order to give the public more notice to attend.  Baca’s attorney, Kate Ferlic, said he wanted the public hearing “because he feels like the community needs to know that the actions taken against him were wrong.” Santa Fe Public…

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