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Wisconsin’s Top Education Official Endorses Radical Student ‘Bill of Rights’

TheRugger Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 1:28 PM
Students who have plans to enter the work force should be provided with worker rights orientation… Does this suggest that there are students who don't plan to enter the work force, but plan to be useless dole bludgers for the rest of their lives. I wonder where they get that idea from? If these 'students' don't plan to enter the work force, they should drop out now so the taxpayers money will be saved to pay for their useless, meaningless existence and real students can get on with learning to be productive people without their dead weight hanging around the schools dragging them down to their level.
When students are pondering a “bill of rights” for themselves, one might expect to see a vending machine in the cafeteria or a longer lunch hour on the list of demands. You know, kids stuff.

But students affiliated with Youth Empowered in the Struggle (YES!) are apparently concerned about collective bargaining for their teachers. And their “Bill of Rights” reads more like a list of demand that might be put forth by a labor union.

For whatever reason, Wisconsin State superintendent Tony Evers recently called the document “reasonable” and “well thought out.”

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