Los Angeles Unified Parents Still Smarting from the Strike

While rabble-rousing teacher union officials have returned to doing their job (teaching) parents are still stung by the effects of the strike.    They are taking their frustrations out on the school board. Additionally, newly-elected school board member Jackie Goldberg, supported by teacher union officials, welcomes feedback from labor unions.   This is another fine example of the cost of teacher union monopoly bargaining.   Taylor Swaak has the story in laschoolreport.

Parents blasted L.A. Unified officials at a school board hearing this week — one even bursting into tears — offering an angry glimpse into the fractured trust between the community and the district just one week after voters overwhelmingly rejected a new parcel tax.