While many teachers refuse to return to in-person classes in San Diego public schools because of concerns over COVID, San Diego teachers are fine with offering in-person classes to recent migrant kids who have just crossed the border, even though they have much higher rates of COVID infection than American schools.
As teachers and their unions continue to oppose the return to in-person classrooms in California, there was a warning on the United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) Facebook page for teachers not to post any photos of their holidaying on social media during spring break. Apparently, it sends the wrong message about the teachers’ position that returning to in-person schooling is unsafe.
The Oregon teachers union demanded that the state vaccinate teachers before they would return to work. Democrat Gov. Kate Brown agreed believing that the kids needed to get back to school. So, the Governor pushed teachers to the front of line ahead of the elderly and those most vulnerable to the virus. The teachers got vaccinated, but now, with the support of the union, they are still refusing to turn to work.