The News & Observer (Sunday) - - Opinion -

The fact that N.C. teach­ers are pro­hib­ited from go­ing on strike and could be charged with a mis­de­meanor for do­ing so, is not only a dis­re­spect to the teach­ers, but it is an in­fringe­ment on their right to free speech and assem­bly. Teach­ers sac­ri­fice so much of their time and en­ergy day in and day out for the next gen­er­a­tion. Yet, they are not given one free day to voice their opin­ions about a job they have first­hand ex­pe­ri­ence with — un­like the law­mak­ers who con­trol their fate.

– Han­nah Skaff, Ze­bu­lon

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