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Teacher's Unions Earn "F" for Wisconsin Recall Abuse

OldEnoughToKnowBetter Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 9:34 AM
The obvious correct response for the WI legislature and Walker should be to 1) immediately institute a voucher system worth 75% of what a public school costs per student, 2) a tax rebate to any private, parochial, or public school that accepts voucher students and raises the aggregate test scores of those students (paid for with 15% of the public school cost savings), and 3) applies the remaining 10% of public school cost savings to reducing property taxes.
renny4 Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 9:56 AM
WI and all the rest should have leg. that prohibits recalls except for criminal indictment and conviction, malfeasance in office, and proven corruption. No one should have to face a recall because the other party did not like losing the first election.
They really outdid themselves. In Wisconsin and across the nation, public school employee unions spared no kiddie human shields in their battle against GOP Gov. Scott Walker's budget and pension reforms. Students were the first and last casualties of the ruthless Big Labor war against fiscal discipline.

To kick off the yearlong protest festivities, the Wisconsin Education Association Council led a massive "sickout" of educators and other government school personnel. The coordinated truancy action -- tantamount to an illegal strike -- cost taxpayers an estimated $6 million. Left-wing doctors assisted the campaign by supplying fake medical excuse notes to teachers who ditched...