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TEACHERS: Charter Teachers Who Regret Unionization

Picture 2 I couldn't help but notice that the kicker of Sam Dillon's cover story today reveals that Joyce Pae, one of the Chicago teachers who pushed to get her school unionized -- ended up regretting her decision, just like Kashi Nelson.

As you may recall, Nelson joined the unionization effort at KIPP AMP but then came to regret having helped initiate the process (A Teacher Changes Her Mind).

It's just two people, and I'm sure there are many others who are glad that they decided to go for unionization, but seemed worth noting.

Maybe the trick for charter teachers will be to make noises like they're going to talk to the union, but not really do anything.  

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