Monday, March 26, 2012

Bringing Discredit Upon Our Profession

In what more positive language could you describe these actions?
An open records request filed by Milwaukee conservative radio personality Mark Belling has revealed that freedom of speech in some public schools is reserved for those who agree with the unions.

According to information obtained by Belling, a custodian working for a private contractor at Whitewater (Wisconsin) High School was recently fired by her employer after two school employees, including the supervisor of custodians, demanded that she remove a pro-Scott Walker sign from her car and she refused.

If you recall, Big Labor is attempting to recall Gov. Walker over his new law that curtails collective bargaining privileges for public employee unions.
You lefties can whine about this next statement all you want but I know it to be true:
Readers who think this kind of rigid, narrow-minded thinking isn’t seeping into the classroom are kidding themselves.

1 comment:

allen (in Michigan) said...

Since part of the purpose of public school here in the U.S., and all government-funded education worldwide, has been to indoctrinate the kids the only question that's really at issue is who gets to decide on the particular flavor of indoctrination to be done?