Covid lockdowns, mandated dangerous clot shots weren’t enough. The Democrats hate you and your families.
These teachers stayed home during the lockdowns and were paid. They refused to work.
California public schools are cesspools of indoctrination and inculcation. Keep them closed.
LA teachers strike. pic.twitter.com/oJm6tz4sYP
— D. Scott @eclipsethis2003 (@eclipsethis2003) March 21, 2023
Caroldale elementary in Carson
Townhall: Over 400,000 students are without teachers and support staff, so schools in the Los Angeles area effectively shut down for the next three days. The teachers’ unions decided to join the local service employees’ union strike in solidarity, as those workers are demanding higher. They want a 30 percent increase in their hourly rate, with an additional $2/hour raise for their lowest-paid workers. To be clear, it’s not the teachers who are demanding higher wages—it’s the bus drivers, gardeners, and cafeteria workers (Townhall). Bloomberg: The walkout adds to the woes of a district that has already been struggling with declining enrollment and attendance rates across its 780 schools. Observers blame a variety of factors including families relocating due to the high cost-of-living, a decline in immigration and parents moving their kids to private schools (Bloomberg).
You heard of dancing nurses. Now, dancing grooomer communists.
Oh, errr Public School Teachers in LA. The obesity is the dead giveaway… https://t.co/ePZg3bhVJ7
— Cowboy Philosopher (@CowboyPhilosph1) March 21, 2023
Parents slam California teachers for DANCING on picket line during three-day strike as 500,000 kids miss school
- Los Angeles Unified School District teachers are preparing for another day out of the classroom Wednesday in an ongoing three-day strike
- Parents in Los Angeles are now struggling to figure out what to do with their kids as nearly half a million students have nowhere to go during the day
- One video of strikers dancing sparked outrage as parents remarked that families are struggling through the strike
By Daily Mail, March 22, 2023:
Angry parents, whose children were forced to stay out of school Tuesday, expressed outrage at one video of teachers dancing in the rain during the first day of the strike.
Moms and dads on social media called out the educators and employees who said they are using nearly 500,000 students as ‘leverage’ in their own battle for better pay and other benefits.
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Author: Pamela Geller
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