If teachers unions have their way, the federal government won’t be the only thing shut down. Some California classrooms will close too—at least in Los Angeles, where progressive outrage is never in short supply.
On January 14, the United Teachers Los Angeles teacher’s union went on strike, leaving 500,000 students in the Los Angeles Unified School District—the second largest school district in the country—without nearly 30,000 teachers. By striking for higher wages, amid other demands regarding classroom size and increased support staff, these teachers are selfishly leaving their students to fend for themselves.
Indeed, during negotiations, the school district offered teachers a [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register