The demands are clear: Government-run Medicare for All, state wealth taxes and income tax hikes, and defunding the police. Those are just three of the demands that one teachers union, United Teachers Los Angeles, have set out as conditions to return to classrooms. I’m joined by Daniel DiSalvo, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and professor of political science at the City College of New York to discuss the ongoing debate over schools in the fall and the role of the teachers unions in keeping them closed and cities under lockdown.
- Wall Street Journal: Will Unions Let Schools Reopen?
- Capital Research Center: Los Angeles Teachers Union Says the Quiet Part out Loud
- Capital Research Center: A Clarifying Moment for Teachers Unions
- City Journal: The Union That Rules New York