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Minnesota Continues to Violate Public Employee Speech Rights

The Center launched the Employee Freedom Project late in 2015. The goal was to alert public employees, the citizenry and elected officials not only about the dominant role public-sector unions have come to play in setting public policy and electing the officials who govern our lives but to expose how public employees were being forced to fund the political agenda and political preferences of government unions. Since then, some very good things have happened but much is left to be done....

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National Teachers’ Union Adopts New Social Agenda, Votes Down Proposal to Prioritize Student Learning

The national teachers’ union—the National Education Association—held its annual convention in Houston the beginning of July. This year, NEA delegates voted and approved new business items such as teaching the concept of “White Fragility” in trainings and staff development, and endorsing “the fundamental right to abortion under Roe v. Wade.” A resolution to make student learning a priority was defeated. ...

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Teachers believe they should be able to join or quit a union at any time

Union membership is a personal decision. And a majority of U.S. teachers across the country believe they should be able to make this decision whenever they want to. Unfortunately, teachers who are union members are bound to resignation windows set by the union that limit when they can leave the union....

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Teachers, job protection is available outside of union membership

I recently heard from a teacher that the only reason she belongs to her union is for protection. But union membership is not the only option for liability coverage and other protections. There are alternative organizations made just for educators that provide quality liability insurance and employment rights coverage for a much lower cost than union dues....

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