If you need any further evidence that supporters of Senate Bill 5 are becoming increasingly convinced that it will be repealed this November, enter today’s laughable editorial in the Columbus Dispatch (“Meet in the middle”)
We’ve heard this tune before. We wrote about it back in June when Plain Dealer Kasich apologist Brent Larkin wrote the same thing. If public polling didn’t show that 56% of Ohioans support repealing the bill, you wouldn’t see this nonsense coming out.
But at least Brent Larkin admitted that it was Kasich’s heavy handed approach that doomed SB 5 […]Full Story... →
It is common for those critical of education in America to link a teacher’s contractual schedule to their actual work and claim that teaching is a part-time job. In Ohio, the right-wing think tank Buckeye Institute has been doing as they miscalculate the pay of teachers and post it online, and they most recently reiterated their stance as part of their 15 Myths about Collective Bargaining Reform and Senate Bill 5 (myth #14). Modern soundly rebuked these a few weeks ago, but I want to spend a little extra time discussing the absurd notion that teachers […]Full Story... →
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