June 25, 2019 at 12:05 pm

Top 5 Reasons Educators Opt-Out of Union Membership

Union membership is a personal decision. And educators are exercising their newly restored right to not financially support a union for a variety of reasons. Below are the Top 5 Reasons Educators Opt-Out of Union Membership courtesy of the Teacher Freedom project.

Do any of these reasons resonate with you? Let us know at [email protected]—we want to hear from you!

News & Legislative Updates

Teachers, you made it to summer break! Now it’s time to consider your options on union membership.

Teachers, we hope you are having a great summer! If you are currently a dues-paying member of Education Minnesota, you are limited by the union to opting out during a 30-day “September Window” that starts September 1 and ends September 30. The good news is the window was extended. The…

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While teachers have had a newly restored freedom of choice when it comes to union membership for over a year now, there is still an information gap regarding this choice and what it means for teachers.

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National Teachers’ Union Will Incorporate Concept of ‘White Fragility’ into Staff Trainings & Literature

UPDATE: On Independence Day, the National Education Association Representative Assembly met for its first day of business. We shared a recap of some interesting proposals to the union’s Constitution and Bylaws here, and they were approved.

Below are additional updates on new…

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