Big Labor's Image Problem Continues to Grow

For one of the most powerful unions in America, the teacher’s union has a real image problem — and rightfully so. Only 22% of Americans believe that unionization of teacher’s have a had a positive effect on education. In the past few days we have seen a couple of example as to why that is the case.

In Illinois, the teacher’s union is threatening the strike and in Wisconsin union bosses are bragging about pushing for the recall of Scott Walker in the schools. Of course, none of these positions help children in anyway, shape or form. No wonder parents recognize that forced unionism in our schools is not good for education.



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