Sunday, July 16, 2017

Utah Teachers Union Sues to Prevent Public from Seeing Teachers’ Past Misconduct

Teresa Mull, School Choice Weekly

Utah’s largest teachers union doesn’t want the public to know about its members’ bad behavior. From the Salt Lake Tribune: “Utah’s largest teachers union is suing the state school board over a new website that allows the public to search a database of disciplinary actions taken against educators.” Looks like Kass Harstad, an attorney representing the union, would prefer the website report preemptively on teacher misdeeds, rather than “retroactive” ones? Either way, it’s clear the teachers union has something to hide, and as usual, will fight shamelessly and selfishly to keep itself in power. To Read More.....

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