CAPITAL IDEAS: Freedom, Not Union, Key to Teachers’ Case

Almost everybody agrees that an employee – public or private – should

be judged on his or her individual qualifications and performance. Yet,

for many of the nation’s teachers, their freedom to be treated as individuals

is barred by a collective bargaining process that treats them as a

group. This is why several brave individual teachers are challenging that

process in a lawsuit now before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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