There is no easy answer when it comes to what should happen with our schools — on the contrary, it is one of the most complex, multi-layered and now grotesquely politicized crises we have faced in a very long time. Within the educational context, it is likely the greatest challenge in modern times. We have… Continue reading Teacher’s Unions Hold School Districts —and Families—Hostage Over School Reopening
The teachers’ unions in Rhode Island are masters of manipulation and sometimes their default is to cite student safety as their top priority. The school committee in East Greenwich is contemplating a policy that would “enable parents to enter the classroom to make formal observations of their child in the learning environment.” Union reps are… Continue reading Don’t Believe Union Leaders When They Say Student Safety is Their Priority—It Isn’t.
The union voice is not my voice. The union’s fight is not my fight. -Mark Janus Public sector unions are no stranger to constitutional challenges but the imminent Supreme Court in Janus v. AFSCME just may change the game when it comes to free speech and agency fees or shared fees. Since 1977, union… Continue reading Janus: Countdown to Big Supreme Court Decision on Unions