Today marks one week since Labor Day, and as we all head back to work after another weekend, let’s not forget our rights as hard-working citizens.
Plaintiff and Chicago Public Schools teacher Ifeoma Nkemdi called CTU union militants’ retaliation against her “a dishonor to the profession of education.”
Amicus support is pouring in from around the country for a U.S. Supreme Court petition filed by two Chicago public school teachers
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Two Chicago teachers have filed a lawsuit against the Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Board of Education for forcing workers to pay dues.
The lawsuit challenges a union boss-created “escape period” scheme that blocks educators from terminating dues deductions from their paychecks…
Four teachers are suing their union because the union’s so-called “escape period” does not fall in line with the 2018 Janus v. AFSCME ruling.
Multiple cases headed to High Court seeking ruling against arrangements that violate workers’ rights under 2018 Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court decision
Foundation President Mark Mix recently participated in a panel discussion titled “Ask The Experts: Teacher Appreciation Week? How Teachers Unions Got in the Way.”
The Wall Street Journal published an editorial in Tuesday’s paper detailing how two teachers are suing the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) with free legal aid from the National Right to Work Foundation, because union officials are forcing workers to pay dues in violation of their rights as recognized in the Foundation’s Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court victory. The editorial […]