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The Biggest Bully in School: Why Public Education Is Failing in America
...and what can be done about it.
What do you know about teachers unions? If you think they support educators by negotiating better wages and working conditions, you may be shocked and disturbed to find out that today’s teachers unions are well-funded, highly politicized organizations that are hurting—not helping—the public education system in America and keeping even the worst teachers protected. PragerU’s short documentary investigates how these once well-intentioned teachers unions have become the biggest bully in school.
Protect your kids from bullies, including the teachers unions, and take back their education by joining PragerU Resources for Educators and Parents (PREP).
Brave educators, parents, and experts in the field share their personal experiences and expertise in “The Biggest Bully in School,” including:
Kali Fontanilla, former high school teacher and founder of Exodus Institute
Charlyce Bozzello, Communications Director at the Center for Union Facts
John Schilling, founder of 2020 Strategies, LLC and president of the American Federation for Children
Jenna Hamilton, parent and founding member of Open Fairfax County Schools
Glenn Laird, teacher suing the United Teachers of Los Angeles for wrongfully collecting dues
Nicole Solas, parent sued by the National Education Association of Rhode Island after requesting more information about the school’s curriculum
Rebecca Friedrich knows first hand how the teachers union bullies teachers, and extorts money through forced representation and payment of union dues.
Rebrecca boldly took on the California teachers union in court, fighting to free the workers from the coercion & constraints of the rabid, woke teachers union, antithetical to their personal values.
Friedrichs v California Teachers’ Association, sought to free teachers from forced unionism, was argued before the U.S. Supreme Court in 2016, and blazed the trail for ending forced unionism for teachers and all government employees.
This landmark victory means that if you are a teacher or government employee, you are no longer bound by the chains of the union powers. Alternatives are available!
"...The national face of restoring the authority of parents and teachers in schools, Friedrichs recounts that she was forced to fund state and national teachers’ unions whose political causes and values she did not support. The book delves into the National Education Association and California Teachers’ Association's covert push for a controversial sex-ed curriculum in California public schools. ..."