In LA, unions are winning at the expense of kids

By: Larry Sand Editor’s note: This article was originally published on The Spectator World. Service Employees International Union Local 99 staged a three-day walkout in Los Angeles last week after negotiations failed. SEIU, which represents about 30,000 cafeteria workers, bus drivers, special education assistants, etc. called for a strike if their demands were not met […]

Financial Impact of Opting Out: Weighing the Pros and Cons

As a teacher or education professional in the U.S. public school system, one of the most significant choices you might face is whether to leave your union. It’s a decision that involves your personal feelings, beliefs, and some pretty practical stuff too. One of the most important things to think about is how this choice […]

Alternatives to Union Representation: What Are Your Options?

Teachers unions have historically played a critical role in protecting teachers’ rights and ensuring fair treatment. However, it’s important to know that unions are not the only path for representation. In this article, we’ll explore alternative organizations and other forms of representation that offer distinct advantages, whether it be a more personalized approach, flexibility, or […]