Here, again, we find teachers at the local level talking about "vulture" charter industry and scamming vouchers, and then filing lawsuits to stop them. This is the kind of action that NEA/AFT and their corrupt DC lawyers would have never contemplated on the mainland.
Teachers' Union in Puerto Rico Files Lawsuit to Stop Charters and Vouchers: The Asociación de Maestros de Puerto Rico, which represents nearly 30,000 teachers working in the U.S. territory, filed the lawsuit on Tuesday in response to a new education law signed by Gov. Ricardo Rosselló late last month.
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