March 14, 2019 at 4:09 pm

Teachers, do you know your rights?

Despite the rights of teachers being restored in the Janus v. AFSCME decision, many are unaware of what these rights are. Teachers are also hearing a lot of misinformation concerning the Janus decision and what it means for them. The Teacher Freedom project has created a Declaration of Educator Association Rights to empower educators so they can make well-informed decisions about union membership. Informing and empowering teachers will help prevent their freedoms from being stifled. Sign up for our newsletter to stay up-to-date on your rights and how to exercise them.

News & Legislative Updates

Teachers’ union encourages English teachers to promote political agenda around climate change

To accompany the recent post Educated Teachers wrote about the National Education Association’s politicization of Christmas, below are excerpts from an article published in the American Federation of Teachers’ (the other national teachers’ union) newsletter that encourage k-12 English teachers to use their classrooms to

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Teachers’ union encourages members to politicize Christmas

Merry Christmas! What a wonderful time of year as we gather together with family and loved ones to reflect on all our blessings—and politicize the holidays?

That’s what the national teachers’ union is recommending.

The National Education Association’s EdJustice campaign is encouraging teachers to “ring in…

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Proposed licensing changes would require all new educators to receive ‘equity’ training

Substantial revisions to the standards educators learn in Minnesota’s teacher preparation programs have recently been proposed.

The Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board (PELSB) announced the proposed teacher licensing changes will “set forth the knowledge and skills that all teachers must demonstrate to receive their license”…

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