February 24, 2019 at 12:28 am

Teachers: You won’t lose tenure or seniority if you aren’t members of the union

Teachers often worry about job security, but in doing so many believe certain misconceptions about seniority and tenure. One common belief is that tenure and seniority are in jeopardy if teachers aren’t members of the union. This simply is not true.

Thanks to the Teacher Freedom project, teachers from across the country are being empowered to speak out and address these common misconceptions. Check out their message below on seniority and tenure, and please share with other educators!

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