Strongsville Teachers' Union 'Encouraging' Kids to Skip State Tests, Board Says
The Strongsville School Board is charging that the teachers' union has begun a campaign to have parents exempt their students in grades 3 to 8 from taking the Ohio Achievement Assessment test, Board President David Frazee said.
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#1 Apr 22, 2013
But I thought the teachers cared about their kids? It's all about the money. They either want to work under the great benefits they already have that they think they are entitled to, or find some teachers that do.
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