Teacher strikes may have succeeded in boosting pay for union members, but they are costing hundreds of support staffers their jobs, according to a new report.
Teachers unions are increasingly using strikes as a bargaining tactic in the wake of the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling that allows public sector dissidents to opt out of paying union dues.
Thousands of students stayed home from school Monday after the Denver teachers union declared a strike.
A school teacher and union leader in Colorado has been put on leave for calling a Covington Catholic student a member of the Hitler Youth, and a resident who criticized the teacher was escorted from a school board meeting following a heated assembly.
The Los Angeles teachers union may have just ended a lengthy strike over a contract dispute, but could soon find itself back in court as a local educator filed a class action suit over forced dues.
A study from the conservative nonprofit American Enterprise Institute found that major newspapers heavily favored pro-union quotations when reporting on the spring 2018 teacher strikes.
The American Federation of Teachers passed a resolution over the weekend advocating for endorsed candidates to support AFT issues such as universal health care and free college tuition.
The American Federation of Teachers union was denied a temporary restraining order against Project Veritas on Tuesday after the union attempted to prevent the operation from releasing an undercover video targeting its Michigan chapter.
Two New Jersey teacher’s union presidents have been suspended following them saying in undercover videos how they would protect teachers who had assaulted students, mocking the area’s public school students and referring to an actual teacher who had sex with a student but was not charged criminally.