Parent Shares Aggravation About Teacher Strikes and Monopoly Bargaining

For many years, Pennsylvania has led the country with the greatest number of teacher strikes. These strikes are often called during or because of monopoly bargaining contracts, which is the source of all compulsory unionism.  Teacher union officials in the Dallas Township are notorious for calling strikes. Eileen Godin shares the story of one mother’s aggravation with teacher strikes and the monopoly bargaining that engenders them in the Times-Leader.   The frustrated parent even questions the “need” for teacher unions.