20% of San Francisco Teachers Skip School to Protest Reopening Conditions

20% of San Francisco Teachers Skip School to Protest Reopening Conditions


Twenty percent of public school teachers in San Francisco skipped school on Thursday to protest the reopening of schools in the district in the midst of the coronavirus wave, and to complain about what they say are inadequate safety measures.

As Breitbart News reported early Thursday morning, nearly 600 teachers had signed an online petition in advance, urging members of the of United Educators San Francisco (UESF) to send a message to the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) and to “shut the whole system down.”

The district received funding to deal with the coronavirus, but had spent it on other priorities — ironically, those favored by teachers unions, such as staff retention and hiring additional ancillary staff:

California received $15.3 billion from President

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