1. protesting at the superintendent's and board members' houses
2. trying to cause as much pain as possible to students, our only leverage
3. finding out where the district is recruiting so-called scabs from
4. trying to identify the so-called scabs by name by targeting the area from which they're being recruited
5. videotaping (for intimidation's sake) all the so-called scabs
That's enough for now, as I'm sure you get the idea. These happy teachers unions like to get personal, and make life painful for those with whom they disagree.
But when the shoe's on the other foot, do you think the unions support being so forthcoming with information?
Conservative groups are asking for the names of teachers who called in sick during the Wisconsin protests earlier this year, and most districts that were asked have released the names. The Madison School District, however, has denied several of the public records requests, fearing for the safety of its teachers, and the state’s largest teachers union asked a judge to halt the release of names in two other districts. Presumably, such records are open to the public under the state’s open records law unless the government determines otherwise, the Wisconsin State Journal reports.
You might imagine that the unions are howling at such requests. I wonder why?