This week, the lone judge for Douglas County Superior Court heard the first round of arguments in the Freedom Foundation’s …
Second-graders in Bellevue were back in class and teachers resumed live virtual instruction on Tuesday, but only after their union …
Some people love their unions, and they aren’t shy about letting you know. Others are less than satisfied with their unions.
The Seattle Education Association recently threatened a strike after getting a 10.5 percent pay raise last year. The Kennewick teachers union, likewise, has disrupted the start of school for children with its pay demands.
The Washington Education Association (WEA) has been militant about how the state should conduct its financial business. Likewise, WEA aggressively hijacked school district budgeting priorities.
A package of legislation was introduced as desired by the Washington Education Association (WEA) that would – once again – Increase property tax levies.
Now that teacher strikes orchestrated by the Washington Education Association are behind us, it’s worth examining how to prevent students and families from having their school year similarly upended in the future. The ferry system may hold the answer.
Widespread strikes and labor unrest instigated by the Washington Education Association have disrupted educational services for many thousands of students and families. Strikes by public employees are illegal in Washington, so why do public school teachers go on strike anyway?