Teachers Unions Photos on Townhall

  •  - Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses with a map of the United States at her office in Sacramento, California

    Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses with a map of the United States at her office in Sacramento, California

    Posted: 5/15/2012 9:59:14 PM EST
    Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses with a map of the United States at her office in Sacramento, California, April 27, 2012. Rhee has emerged as the leader of an unlikely coalition of politicians, philanthropists, financiers and entrepreneurs who believe the nation?s $500 billion-a-year public education system needs a massive overhaul. She has vowed to raise $1 billion for her national advocacy group, StudentsFirst, and forever break the hold of teachers unions on education policy. Picture taken April 27, 2012. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS PROFILE PORTRAIT)
  •  - Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses for a portrait at her office in Sacramento, California

    Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses for a portrait at her office in Sacramento, California

    Posted: 5/15/2012 9:51:53 PM EST
    Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses for a portrait at her office in Sacramento, California, April 27, 2012. Rhee has emerged as the leader of an unlikely coalition of politicians, philanthropists, financiers and entrepreneurs who believe the nation?s $500 billion-a-year public education system needs a massive overhaul. She has vowed to raise $1 billion for her national advocacy group, StudentsFirst, and forever break the hold of teachers unions on education policy. Picture taken April 27, 2012. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS PROFILE PORTRAIT)
  •  - Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, works on a computer at her office in Sacramento, California

    Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, works on a computer at her office in Sacramento, California

    Posted: 5/15/2012 9:51:17 PM EST
    Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, works on a computer at her office in Sacramento, California, April 27, 2012. Rhee has emerged as the leader of an unlikely coalition of politicians, philanthropists, financiers and entrepreneurs who believe the nation?s $500 billion-a-year public education system needs a massive overhaul. She has vowed to raise $1 billion for her national advocacy group, StudentsFirst, and forever break the hold of teachers unions on education policy. Picture taken April 27, 2012. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS PROFILE PORTRAIT)
  •  - Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses for a portrait at her office in Sacramento, California

    Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses for a portrait at her office in Sacramento, California

    Posted: 5/15/2012 9:43:25 PM EST
    Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses for a portrait at her office in Sacramento, California, April 27, 2012. Rhee has emerged as the leader of an unlikely coalition of politicians, philanthropists, financiers and entrepreneurs who believe the nation?s $500 billion-a-year public education system needs a massive overhaul. She has vowed to raise $1 billion for her national advocacy group, StudentsFirst, and forever break the hold of teachers unions on education policy. Picture taken April 27, 2012. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEADSHOT EDUCATION BUSINESS PROFILE PORTRAIT)
  •  - Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses in her office in Sacramento

    Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses in her office in Sacramento

    Posted: 5/15/2012 9:41:54 PM EST
    Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses in her office in Sacramento, California, April 27, 2012. Rhee has emerged as the leader of an unlikely coalition of politicians, philanthropists, financiers and entrepreneurs who believe the nation?s $500 billion-a-year public education system needs a massive overhaul. She has vowed to raise $1 billion for her national advocacy group, StudentsFirst, and forever break the hold of teachers unions on education policy. Picture taken April 27, 2012. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS PROFILE)
  •  - Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses in her office in Sacramento

    Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses in her office in Sacramento

    Posted: 5/15/2012 9:40:52 PM EST
    Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of StudentsFirst, poses in her office in Sacramento, California, April 27, 2012. Rhee has emerged as the leader of an unlikely coalition of politicians, philanthropists, financiers and entrepreneurs who believe the nation?s $500 billion-a-year public education system needs a massive overhaul. She has vowed to raise $1 billion for her national advocacy group, StudentsFirst, and forever break the hold of teachers unions on education policy. Picture taken April 27, 2012. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS PROFILE)
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    Posted: 9/5/2011 6:55:45 PM EST
    In this March 5, 2011, file photo, people protest against legislative efforts to do away with teachers' collective bargaining rights in Nashville, Tenn. The measure passed in Tennessee this year and ended collective bargaining for teachers unions in the state. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File)
  •  - U.S. President-elect Obama and Chicago Public Schools Chief Duncan pose with school children in Chicago

    U.S. President-elect Obama and Chicago Public Schools Chief Duncan pose with school children in Chicago

    Posted: 12/16/2008 2:28:21 PM EST
    U.S. President-elect Barack Obama (C), Chicago Public Schools Chief Arne Duncan (R) and Vice President-elect Joe Biden (L) pose with school children and faculty for a picture at the Dodge Renaissance Academy in Chicago December 16, 2008. Obama chose Duncan as his education secretary on Tuesday, selecting a reformer who has confronted teachers unions and held schools accountable for performance. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES)
  •  - U.S. President-elect Obama and Chicago Public Schools Chief Duncan talk to school children in Chicago

    U.S. President-elect Obama and Chicago Public Schools Chief Duncan talk to school children in Chicago

    Posted: 12/16/2008 2:23:13 PM EST
    U.S. President-elect Barack Obama (C), Chicago Public Schools Chief Arne Duncan (R) and Vice President-elect Joe Biden (L) talk to school children at the Dodge Renaissance Academy in Chicago December 16, 2008. Obama chose Duncan as his education secretary on Tuesday, selecting a reformer who has confronted teachers unions and held schools accountable for performance. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES)
  •  - U.S. President-elect Obama poses with school children and faculty in Chicago

    U.S. President-elect Obama poses with school children and faculty in Chicago

    Posted: 12/16/2008 2:10:23 PM EST
    U.S. President-elect Barack Obama (C), Chicago Public Schools Chief Arne Duncan (R) and Vice-President elect Joe Biden (L) pose with school children and faculty for a picture at the Dodge Renaissance Academy in Chicago December 16, 2008. Obama chose Duncan as his education secretary on Tuesday, selecting a reformer who has confronted teachers unions and held schools accountable for performance. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES)
  •  - U.S. President-elect Obama and Chicago Public Schools Chief Duncan talk to school children in Chicago

    U.S. President-elect Obama and Chicago Public Schools Chief Duncan talk to school children in Chicago

    Posted: 12/16/2008 2:05:45 PM EST
    U.S. President-elect Barack Obama (C), Chicago Public Schools Chief Arne Duncan (R) and and Vice President-elect Joe Biden (L) talk to school children at the Dodge Renaissance Academy in Chicago December 16, 2008. Obama chose Duncan as his education secretary on Tuesday, selecting a reformer who has confronted teachers unions and held schools accountable for performance. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES)
  •  - U.S. President-elect Obama listens to Chicago Public Schools Chief Duncan in Chicago

    U.S. President-elect Obama listens to Chicago Public Schools Chief Duncan in Chicago

    Posted: 12/16/2008 1:25:39 PM EST
    U.S. President-elect Barack Obama (R) listens to Chicago Public Schools Chief Arne Duncan during a news conference at the Dodge Renaissance Academy in Chicago December 16, 2008. Obama chose Duncan as his education secretary on Tuesday, selecting a reformer who has confronted teachers unions and held schools accountable for performance. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES)
  •  - Demonstrators spray graffiti on a bus during a march by thousands of people through the streets of Oaxaca to mark International Women's Day

    Demonstrators spray graffiti on a bus during a march by thousands of people through the streets of Oaxaca to mark International Women's Day

    Posted: 3/8/2007 5:21:30 PM EST
    Demonstrators spray graffiti on a bus during a march by thousands of people through the streets of Oaxaca to mark International Women's Day March 8, 2007. Members of the APPO (Popular Assembly of the People of Oaxaca) and teachers unions joined the demonstration. REUTERS/Stringer (MEXICO)
  •  - Thousands of people march through the streets of Oaxaca to mark  International Women's Day

    Thousands of people march through the streets of Oaxaca to mark International Women's Day

    Posted: 3/8/2007 5:19:54 PM EST
    Thousands of people march through the streets of Oaxaca to mark International Women's Day March 8, 2007. Members of the APPO (Popular Assembly of the People of Oaxaca) and teachers unions joined the demonstration. REUTERS/Stringer (MEXICO)
  •  - A woman takes part in march through the streets of Oaxaca to mark  International Women's Day

    A woman takes part in march through the streets of Oaxaca to mark International Women's Day

    Posted: 3/8/2007 5:18:27 PM EST
    A blindfolded woman takes part in a march by thousands through the streets of Oaxaca to mark International Women's Day March 8, 2007. Members of the APPO (Popular Assembly of the People of Oaxaca) and teachers unions joined the demonstration. REUTERS/Str (MEXICO)