Just two years ago, Gov. Bobby Jindal was aligned with business, education and other groups in his push to overhaul public schools. He made teacher unions one of the focal points of his criticism.
Now Jindal is generally aligned with those same teacher unions that he repeatedly blasted in 2012 and is on the opposite side from his previous allies, his state superintendent of education and even his former chief of staff.
Why the dramatic shift in alliances?