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Louisiana Teachers Union Threatens Potential Voucher Schools with Litigation

Econ2 Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 5:45 PM
I think every school should counter sue. Bankrupt the union with defending litigation. Ask parents of students who are attorney's to donate their time. Supoena records, payroll data, teacher files, everything they can think of. Get groups of parents together to file class action suits against the teachers union. Two can play this game.
Governor Jindal signed a momentous education package into law this past April. Jindal’s education package was full of conservative reforms. The most notable conservative reform, and one championed by the late Milton Friedman, is the dramatic expansion of the state’s voucher program. School vouchers were originally concentrated on post- Hurricane Katrina New Orleans, but school choice is being extended to the rest of the state under Louisiana’s new law. There are now 380,000 poor and middle-class students in low-performing schools who are eligible for school vouchers in Louisiana.

By now, it shouldn’t be a surprise that the...