Philly ‘ghost teachers’ making $1.5 million this year

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    longknife New Member

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    [FONT=Times New Roman, serif]Work for the union instead of turning childrens minds to mush. What's so wrong about that?[/FONT]

    [FONT=Times New Roman, serif]These so-called ghost teachers perform a variety of jobs for the PFT, serving as either information officers for other teachers or carrying out the union’s political agenda.[/FONT]

    “[FONT=Times New Roman, serif]Teachers should be paid to teach,” attorney Kara Sweigart, who is arguing ghost teacher lawsuits for the Fairness Center, a free legal service for employees who feel they’ve been wronged by their unions, told Watchdog. [/FONT]

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