Teachers unions are hurriedly attempting to renegotiate contracts in an attempt to skirt Michigan’s new right-to-work law, Education Policy Director Michael Van Beek told The Detroit News.

The new law takes effect March 27, but contracts in place before then are exempt.\

You can read more about the issue here, here and here.

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