Big Labor's Teacher Protection Racket

Firing a teacher in New York is almost impossible thanks to the powerful teacher union that dominates City politics. Just ask Alan Rosenfeld. Rosenfeld was accused to sexual misconduct. Rather than replace him, the City was forced to put him in a room by himself allowing him to keep his $100,000 a year salary. That was in 2001. Almost a million dollars later, the City wants something done about it. Union monopoly bargaining is the cause.