- Robert Winner
- Joseph City, AZ
- United States
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School Union Strikes
Chicago is facing school union strikes. The school year is only in the first month and the union want to hold the schools hostage and put over 400,000 kids on the street and out of school.
That the unions and teachers signed contracts one month ago at the start of the school year appears to be of little concern.
What does this teach kids about contracts and obligations. Who suffers from this type of action ... the kids.
Should contract breaking be honored. Have unions overstepped their bounds and are they causing harm.
Students will miss preparation for high stakes testing and fail to meet objectives, mastery, and requirements for graduation if this becomes long term.
Where is the good faith and the concern for the students.
Does this present a real problem or just a bump in the road.