Michigan teachers to shut down states’s schools…

They do not like a right-to-work without a requirement that tribute to unions be paid.

With Michigan teachers unions outraged over the state’s new right-to-work law that allows teachers to work without joining the union, the state’s current teachers are preparing to close down schools in protest. To recap: unions are bankrupting Michigan schools and shutting them down as the localities run out of money. To stop that, Michiganders passed a right-to-work law. Now, in protest of that right-to-work law, unions want to shut down schools.

Whenever you see a teacher with a union sign, you are looking at very bad teachers. Good teachers don’t need a union. They will be sought out and, without a union, paid well for what they do. The teachers’ union shock troops are the bottom five percent of crapulent, soul destroying, student harming failures. They know that without the union and its rules that no one be fired, they would quickly be without a job.

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5 Responses to Michigan teachers to shut down states’s schools…

  1. James says:

    I hope tax funded teachers keep striking and shutting down schools. I hope they do it weekly.

  2. notamobster says:

    Sweet! Extra time with the kids. Damnit. :-)

  3. vanagram says:

    Meanwhile, only SEVEN PERCENT of Detroit’s 8th graders are proficient in reading.

    http://cnsnews.com/news/article/only-7-detroit-public-school-8th-graders-proficient-reading

  4. notamobster says:

    7% – is that bad? Have you seen Detroit schools? Seems like a respectable number to me. ;-)

  5. Bman says:

    What’s this so called “percent” that you speek of? What’s a percent?? And I believe it’s spelt reeding.

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