Gotta love independent women, eh?
Consider the NEA's largest affiliate, the California Teachers Association. It just raised union dues $26-on top of the $1,000 already taken out of teachers' paychecks. Surely the CTA will use those funds to offset education funding cuts and teacher layoffs. Or maybe the CTA could use those funds to improve teachers' working conditions, right? Wrong. The NEA and its affiliates like the CTA have started spending $ millions on political activities that have little if anything to do with education (see here and here). Thankfully, there are new and emerging options for teachers (see here and here) and parents, who together far outnumber the NEA's conscripts.
Sunday, July 12, 2009
Another NEA/CTA Story
And this from the Independent Women's Forum: