Unions

CPC’s Lance Christensen: Teachers disgusted by Antifa teacher can leave their union

CPC’s Lance Christensen: Teachers disgusted by Antifa teacher can leave their union

While speaking in front of the Natomas Unified School Board in response to a Project Veritas video outing an Advanced Placement Government teacher for his controversial teaching methods designed to transform his students into Marxist revolutionaries, California Policy Center’s Executive Vice President made the following statement in the public comment section (starting at minute 20:21,...

How unions could save America

How unions could save America

The coalition that is currently running America into the ground is too powerful to be stopped without help from America’s powerful unions.

By Edward Ring

Unmasking school choice

Unmasking school choice

Abusive mask mandates for school children have exposed, yet again, the problem with central planning.

By Larry Sand

The teacher union’s love-hate relationship with testing

The teacher union’s love-hate relationship with testing

Testing for thee, but not for me. That’s the message sent to parents by the United Teachers Los Angeles. In its latest demonstration of epic irony, the union is demanding all 600,000 students subject to its reign be tested weekly for COVID-19 in order to return to the classroom, while simultaneously lobbying the district to...

By Chantal Lovell

More union-induced GPA inflation

More union-induced GPA inflation

It’s not everyday that a parent gets an email from their school district telling them that they can change their child’s grade if they didn’t like the last one. It’s even more surreal that the legislature thought that this was a good policy. With few exceptions, nearly every legislator voted to approve AB 104 by...

By Lance Christensen

Defective bargaining

Defective bargaining

A challenger for governor of California could radically improve education with one executive order. In a recent opinion piece in The Epoch Times, veteran writer John Seiler put forth a set of strategies for a Republican to beat California Governor Gavin Newsom in the state’s September 14th recall election. Among other things, he suggests that...

By Larry Sand

Masking students and unmasking the radical agenda

Masking students and unmasking the radical agenda

The decision to mask and indoctrinate school children in California has been left to local school districts. The new school year is still weeks away in California, but summer break has hardly been a carefree romp on the beach. On July 12th, the California Department of Public Health, ignoring CDC guidance, announced that all students...

By Larry Sand

Confronting Randi’s twaddle

Confronting Randi’s twaddle

After insisting that Critical Race Theory is not being taught in k-12 schools, Randi Weingarten – teacher union boss and gaslighter extraordinaire – has ceded any right to be taken seriously. Randi Weingarten, the gaffe-prone president of the American Federation of Teachers has outdone herself, and that isn’t easy. In a series of seven open...

By Larry Sand

The California Union Exodus

The California Union Exodus

Anybody with eyeballs is pretty thrilled to read the news out of California: one of the state’s most powerful government unions is getting out of politics. Richard Brown, incoming president of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), won election last week on a promise to end the union’s political spending, to cut member dues, and...

By Will Swaim