Nashua teachers recently held parades across the city on March 27th, reminding students and parents on just how much they “missed their students.” These parades were held with taxpayer-funded police escorts. Interesting, isn’t it?
Not many taxpayers realize it, but teachers union contracts have clauses that allow union members to use school facilities for union activities. However, there are restrictions on the appropriate use of public facilities.
The Nashua Teachers Union violated the law the other day. Public employees were handing out election flyers on school property. Today we have a new report that they broke the same law again, this time electronically, and violated their contract at the same time.
Nashua School Superintendent Jahmal Mosley and Nashua Board of Education President Heather Raymond (and even the Nashua Teachers Union) are calling for the resignation of Board of Education member Doris Hohensee. Why?