Posts Tagged ‘National Education Association’

Staples bows to Big Labor boycott

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FRAMINGTON, Mass. – Members of the nation’s largest teachers unions recently taught American students a lesson they likely won’t forget: being a bully will get you what you want.
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Teachers’ unions have become power-seeking political organizations

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CHESTER COUNTY, Pa. – As a teacher, I treasure the opportunity to help kids who learn differently succeed both academically and in their social lives. I like to think that the students I’ve been privileged to work with have a better understanding of the world around them and are set on a trajectory toward a more fulfilling and productive life.
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The teacher tax: Union takes $700/year from Ohio educators

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Teachers in school districts organized by the Ohio Education Association (OEA) are charged $703.33 per year for union membership, and can be forced to pay $688.67 in annual “fair share” fees if they decline to join the union.
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Feds consider joining school choice game

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The federal government is getting in the school choice game. A bill, called the CHOICE Act, was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Rep. Todd Rokita — a companion to a Senate bill sponsored by Sen. Tim Scott.
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Michigan teachers contribute to six-figure salaries at the NEA

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LANSING, Mich. – The National Education Association has 361 employees who make $100,000 or more a year, according to documents it filed with the federal government, and it collects $180 a year from each of the teachers who belong to its Michigan affiliate.
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