[cs_edworkers] Interesting article from Education Week

  • From: Tyler McMillen <tmcmillen1917@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cs_edworkers <cs_edworkers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2020 22:56:48 -0700

From the article:

If a critical mass of teachers refuses to work, the laws against striking
won't matter, Shelton said—it will be impossible to punish that many
teachers. But if a national or state movement is spotty, with only a
handful of teachers from certain districts protesting, then participating
teachers could be in legal trouble.

Coordinating any kind of national collective action “would be very
complicated, given the patchwork of laws and school systems we have,”
Shelton said.

Still, he added, “we are dealing with unprecedented times.”

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