West Virginia’s teachers’ union wins battle to prevent educational choice

This week, roughly 19,000 West Virginia teachers went on strike, closing down every public school in the state in a united resistance against educational choice. Now, after only two days, the strike is over, with the legislation in question appearing dead on arrival in the state House. Continue Reading…
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