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Adelle Schade Has Student Achievement Down to a Science

Last week, we were privileged to meet one of Pennsylvania’s most accomplished educators and science advocates. Adelle Schade, founder ...

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March 12, 2020

Mark Janus asks Supreme Court to get money back from union

Mark Janus takes his fight to the Supreme Court again, this time to get a refund of unconstitutional union fees ...

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February 26, 2020

NEA fights being accountable to members

The NEA is fighting a proposed federal rule that would make more of its unions subject to transparency measures--even though ...

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February 10, 2020

Philadelphia teachers try to oust PFT leaders

Across America, teachers of all political stripes are growing frustrated with the NEA and AFT's representation. Philadelphia is the next ...

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January 27, 2020

Maine professor tries to end unions’ monopoly right to represent workers

The Janus ruling saved teachers from having to pay forced fees when they didn't join the union. But what about ...

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January 14, 2020

PSEA maligns Free to Teach. We respond with facts.

While we're flattered the PSEA is paying attention to our work, their info on us needs a major fact-check.

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December 20, 2019

Our top 5 takeaways from the PSEA’s 2019 financial report

PSEA-NEA dues are going up--as is the unions' spending on political activities from those dues.

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November 11, 2019

Even more school districts include fair share fees in 2019

Disturbingly, the list of Pennsylvania school districts adding fair share fees to teacher contracts following the Janus ruling just keeps ...

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October 11, 2019

While more labor unions give freedom to workers, PSEA goes backwards

To comply with Janus, Pennsylvania government unions are dropping the 15-day exit windows that meant workers could resign only at ...

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