The Chicago Teachers Union asserted that pressure to reopen schools is rooted in “sexism, racism and misogyny” (“Chicago story exposes the rank selfishness of US teachers unions, New York Post, Dec. 11). That’s an absurd charge.
If teachers unions want to retain their support, they have to convince taxpayers that they genuinely care about students. Wild accusations will only alienate their allies. There will always be those who oppose them in principle. The ones teachers unions can’t afford to lose are those on the fence
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