If there were ever any doubt, it should be gone. Teachers in some areas of the country are refusing to return to the classroom even when they’re given everything they ask for.
The schools were supposed to reopen after seven months of virtual instruction, which the teachers union had agreed to, but so few teachers said they would show up that classes had to be cancelled. So much for “all about the kids.”
An elementary school official said in a letter to parents:
“At this time, we simply do not have enough staff who opted in for in-person instruction to open our classrooms to K-2 and priority students on Tuesday. Although this is disappointing news, please know that we are working hard to make sure we find every way possible to serve our students safely.”
Maybe they should work on school choice.