- The Washington Times - Thursday, February 24, 2011

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

It appears that last week many Wisconsin public school teachers left their classrooms without proper notice and concern for their students and headed to the state capital to join in with union protesting.

These teachers did not respond to their respective school boards, the local parents or their pupils in their classes. Instead, they only responded to the union bosses. If that’s the case, then let the union bosses pay their salaries. Why burden the local authorities and families if the teachers feel that they are only accountable to union bosses?

THOMAS P. BAKER JR.

Chantilly, Va.


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