As far as "we need to make sure that charter school teachers have a chance to unionize" I am going to put this out there: the most successful charters are NOT unionized. This is because when there is a union, the principal(s) have to spend untold hours trying to get rid of a teacher who didn't work out, and this is an unfortunate drain on time and mental resources. My feeling is that if you feel you need to let go of a teacher, it is probably because that teacher doesn't fit in with that school, and in fact would be happier elsewhere. Please feel free to debate this with me!by Heidi Preston
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