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Concerned Educators Against Forced Unionism (CEAFU.org) News
Helping Educators Regain Control Let's Turn Big Labor ED into a Blurry Memory
CEAFU.org programs shifted public discourse from supporting the 60's Big Labor Education Model to a growing acknowledgement that the primary impediments to education reform are Union Official's with Monopoly Bargaining a.k.a. so-called "Collective Bargaining " powers.
Concerned Educators Against Forced Unionism (CEAFU) is a special project of the National Right to Work Legal Defense and Education Foundation, Inc. The National Right To Work Foundation argued and won the Janus v. AFSCME case that essential gave all public school teachers the Right To Work, that is the choice not to have to pay union fees and dues as a condition of employment.
Legal Cases Fighting For Your Rights Against Big Labor Education Union Officials
Mike Antonucci is reporting that there was a big raid on an education union headquarters in northeast Florida. The Duval Teachers United union is located in Jacksonville. Usually unions described as “united” are combinations of NEA and AFT union locals.Read More
Byron Clemons, AFCME Local 124 President, has been sentenced to 18 months of prison, followed by 2 years of supervised release.Read More
Teachers and their Janus Rights to refrain from Union Dues and Fees
Janus Rights gained from the Janus v. AFSCME Decision
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision in the landmark Janus v. AFSCME case, held that it is unconstitutional to force public sector employees to pay money to a union as a condition of employment.
The Janus case was named after plaintiff Mark Janus who was represented by National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation staff attorney William Messenger. Messenger's oral arguments were made before the High Court in February 2018. Read More
In Janus v. AFSCME, the Supreme Court affirmed that it is unconstitutional to force public sector employees to pay money to unions just to keep their jobs. The Court held that public sector union officials cannot take an employee's money without first obtaining an affirmative consent.
For decades, union bosses hadn’t bothered to get workers’ consent, taking money even from those who object to unions and their efforts to influence public policy.
Can I exercise my Janus Rights? Yes, if you qualify.
FIrst, you must be government employee. Currently, government contractors and private sector employees are not covered.
However, our nationally acclaimed program raised the question: Who should decide who teaches our children -- taxpaying citizens and their elected representatives, or union officials like radical AFT Union President Randi Weingarten?
We on the side of parents, professors, teachers, and students. Read More
Bringing Freedom from Compulsory Unionism to United States Educators since 1968
We believe it is essential that educators receive reliable and objective information about the NEA and AFT political and classroom controls over education in America today, as well as, what you as a current or future teacher can do about it.