Ohio Teachers Union’s “Miserable” Strike


Supposedly, these are part of the issues that lead the teachers’ union in Ohio to strike as schools started back up from the summer:

In Columbus, teachers say they want guarantees of smaller class sizes, full-time art, music and physical education teachers in elementary schools and a cap on the number of class periods throughout the school day.

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Union Bosses Caught Red-Handed Illegally Taking Dues from Camino Nuevo Charter Academy Teacher


A former teacher at Camino Nuevo Charter Academy in Los Angeles, California, is getting a refund of illegally seized union dues with free legal aid from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation. The refund came after Foundation staff attorneys sent a letter to officials with the Camino Nuevo Teachers Association, an affiliate of California Teachers Association, threatening legal action for violating the teacher’s First Amendment rights.

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‘We Are Trying to Get Our Power Back, Aren’t We?’

A man in a suit smiling at the camera

As Denver talk show host Jimmy Sengenberger documented in a column for the Colorado Springs Gazette, the Zoom video featured teacher union officials goading some employees of the Douglas County School District (DCSD) to fake illness on February 3.

Union bosses’ unabashed goal was to cripple the ability of the current majority of DCSD board members, all four of whom were elected by voters just last November, to implement the very reforms on which they campaigned.

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