attack of teacher unions troubling. When the FEA filed suit against senate bill
850 (voucher expansion), he said the unions may have given up on these
children, but I haven’t.
slashed education budgets, attacked the teaching profession and made policy
decisions, common core, high stakes standardized testing, vouchers, charter
schools and merit pay that are not supported by evidence but which quite often
benefit their campaign donors. Those things not protesting a hastily thrown
together bill that violates the Constitutions single subject clauses have
caused exponentially more harm to children.
budgets, create curriculums, hire or fire teachers. All they do is try to make
the mutually agreed upon contract language, the rules, are enforced.
Furthermore because Florida is a right to work state, things like strikes the
one truly effective tool that unions have has been taken out of their toolbox.
The truth is we have serious issues in education many
caused by the policies Gardnier supports, unfortunately instead of trying to
fix them Gardiner seems more interested in hyperbolic rhetoric and blaming one
of the groups trying to do so