Supreme Court agrees to hear case that could take away the freedom of working people to join together in strong unions.
On this Labor Day, it’s critically important to recognize the many ways the freedom to join together in a union makes schools and communities better.
In the absence of parenting leave, some educators in California had to pay for substitute teachers.
The court saw through the political attacks on the workplace rights of teachers, educators and other public employees, says NEA President.
The effort to weaken educator voice doesn’t end with Friedrichs v. CTA.
Approximately 500 workers representing a coalition of labor unions expressed their support for working Americans as justices consider Friedrichs lawsuit.
In briefs to Court, states, cities, Republican lawmakers, school districts and public hospitals say fair share helps improve the efficiency and quality of public services.
Lawsuit could curtail freedom of educators and other public employees to join together to improve their jobs and serve their communities.
When shop technicians at the Rhode Island School of Design went on strike last week, students, faculty, and other union members joined their cause.