Laid-off teachers in the District are heading to court to keep their jobs.
The Washington Teachers' Union filed a lawsuit in D.C. Superior Court on Wednesday, spokeswoman Monique LeNoir said.
Nearly 400 school workers were handed pink slips last week, including 229 teachers.
"It allowed principals to get rid of teachers regardless of their performance," Parker told the Post. "Outspoken teachers, strong union advocates, they were targeted. That's the bottom line."
Community members protested the firings on Monday during a rally at McKinley Tech High School in Northeast. They've planned another protest for 4:30 p.m. at Freedom Plaza.
Rhee told her side of the layoff story Wednesday on News4. Get her side of things by clicking here.