The Education Exchange: Laws Give Labor Advantages That Parents Lack
Power of teachers unions is described in a new book
The Education Exchange: Wisconsin’s Act 10, Ten Years On
Governor Scott Walker's reform of pensions, collective-bargaining for public employees saved $14 billion. Dire consequences predicted by unions failed to materialize.
EdNext Podcast: Keep Cameras on in Classrooms, Even after the Pandemic Ends
Like televising courtroom proceedings or putting body-cams on police officers, it adds transparency.
The Education Exchange: NEA President Says Teacher Vaccine Priority Does Not Mean They Should Go Before the Elderly
"Prioritize educators" for shots, but not ahead of 85-year-olds
EdNext Podcast: Derrell Bradford on How a Nationwide Teacher Strike Has Closed In-Person Public Schools
"Catholic schools have figured this out, parochial schools have figured this out. It's amazing what masks and market pressure can do."
EdNext Podcast: Union President Randi Weingarten: “Teacher Vaccinations Should Be Aligned with School Reopening.”
"People are scared to death."
The Education Exchange: “Release Time” Pay for Union Leaders Is Challenged in New Jersey Lawsuit
"The Jersey City School Board is essentially writing a blank check to the union," says lawyer for two taxpayers who object
EdNext Podcast: Teachers Unions Shaping Reopening Decisions
Organized labor's public-sector power survives a Supreme Court decision
EdNext Podcast: Reforming a Divided School System in Los Angeles
EdNext Podcast · Ep. 190 - March 4, 2020: Reforming a Divided School System...
EdNext Podcast: Engaging Teachers Unions in Education Reform
Robert Maranto, the 21st Century Chair in Leadership in the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas, joins EdNext Editor-in-chief Marty West to discuss why school reformers should try to work with teachers unions in an effort to improve schools.
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