CMU Public Radio on 'Teacher Freedom Month'

Teachers can only resign from union in August

CMU Public Radio says August is “an important month” for right-to-work in Michigan, reporting that teachers can exercise their worker freedom rights this month and resign from their union.

“Workers in contracts that have been renewed, entered into or expanded after March 28th” don’t have to financially support a union as a condition of their employment.

More information is available at, according to CMU Public Radio.

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