A teachers strike has been averted, but we’re still waiting to find the answer to the most perplexing question surrounding the drama: Why?
Isn’t it funny how the liberal mainstream media loves to throw the term “conspiracy theorist” at any conservative who tells raw truth and asks lots of good questions about the biggest stories in the news?
As union membership declines, it’d be more appropriate to label Labor Day as Labor Union Remembrance Day.
Congratulations to new Clark County School District superintendent John Vellardita. It’s obvious his power has surpassed that of Jesus Jara, superintendent in title only.
The Clark County School District wants to replace the current Professional Growth System. That’s according to Jason Goudie, the district’s chief financial officer.
And I’m exhibit A.
A strike hasn’t happened yet, but politicians are already trying to shift responsibility for what has gone wrong. That’s not a good sign.
Instead of slandering me behind my back, why not debate face to face?
The leaders of the Clark County School District should be elated, not worried, about the possibility of a teacher strike.
A Clark County School District teacher’s union strike may be understandable, or even justified, but it’s definitely not necessary, given the state of Nevada’s labor laws.