Unions fearing a loss of mandatory fees will get access to recruit new workers.
Trump will propose a voucher program; Brown will address the teacher shortage.
School choice bills die; computer science, ethnic studies are pushed forward.
Teachers' concerns extend beyond bread-and-butter issues, union leaders say.
The case challenged public employee union's right to collect mandatory dues.
At stake is the ability of the CTA and public employee unions to charge mandatory fees.
The teachers in Friedrichs lawsuit claim mandatory fees violate their rights.
Arguments begin in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.
Troubles loom for unions but not for schools, after Prop. 30 is extended.
Public employee unions could lose their right to charge members mandatory fees.
Friedrichs v. CTA threatens financial strength and clout of public-employee unions.
Teachers backed by StudentsFirst claim free-speech violations.
Attorneys for teachers who are challenging the right of the California Teachers Association to force them to pay union dues petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to hear their case this year. There’s a good chance that it will.