PA Teachers Fined for Strike Days
The Dallas, Pennsylvania district school board has voted to fine all teachers for a 7-day strike that took place in the Fall. It’s a shame if not all of those teachers did not strike, or did not wish to but were compelled to in order to keep the teacher union bosses happy. Michael P. Buffer has the story in the Citizens Voice.
The Dallas School Board voted Monday night to approve a $38.3 million budget for the next school year and to withhold seven days of pay to teachers for the current year.
The school district will be seven days short of a state requirement to provide 180 days of student instruction during the school year, which must end June 30, and the board is blaming the teachers union for not being able to meet the 180-day requirement.