Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Teachers union melts down on Twitter after Trump mentions vouchers

Via Billy

Trump said that "families should be free to choose the public, private, charter, magnet, religious or home school that is right for them." (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

The American Federation of Teachers, one of the nation's largest unions, went into a Twitter meltdown after President Trump mentioned school vouchers in his speech Tuesday night.
The union pumped out more than two dozen tweets attacking the idea in the minutes after Trump mentioned it, with several of the comments using all caps to emphasize that vouchers were bad, bad, bad ideas.

8 comments:

  1. Bad bad BAD idea - for them. Choosing and rewarding a good school that actually teaches kids and leaving the bad schools to wither is a bad idea to the union.

    My wife is a middel school teacher and is the 1st to admit that some teachers do not bring their 'A' game to class. Just doing the minimum and stay out of trouble. Understandable with school administration that attacks the teacher to placate the student's parents. Wife has taught over 30 years and says it is pretty difficult - the kids for the most part are why she still does it. Says that some kids make up for a lot of the bad.

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    1. Give your wife my best and state I'm proud of her! Thanks.

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  2. The NEA and AFT need to be hauled in front of HUAC, and exposed as the communist propagators they are.

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  3. No "pro-choice" for education, huh? --Ron W

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    1. The commies haven't given their approval yet..........

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  4. The biggest problem in inner city schools is illegitimacy. Feral brats get no discipline at home so they have no discipline or respect for others in school and anybody who tells these feral animals to behave like civilized humans is as automatically labled a racist and expelled from teaching by principals and school boards mad even up of the same kind of discipline absent fools.

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