Oregon’s public schools are closed down due to the Wuhan Virus situation, as are most of our nation’s school systems. As a result of that, parents started flocking their children to online charter schools so as to continue their education. The Oregon Education Association, among others, object to that, though. They’d rather the kids sit around at home (because Oregon, like many States, has instituted a stay-home policy for all the State’s citizens and others living there) twiddling their thumbs, making pests of themselves, and otherwise being bored out of their minds rather than continue their schooling. So:
Under pressure from the unions, the Oregon Department of Education stopped allowing transfers on March 27. At Oregon Connections Academy, this means some 1,600 students who had sought to transfer won’t be able to….
Whatever happened to “It’s for the children?”
Oh, wait–these are teachers unions.