May 022010
 May 2, 2010  Posted by  Workplace

Jennifer Easton reports:

Members of Sumner County’s teachers union say they’re prepared to go to court if the school board votes for a policy requiring educators to declare their union status.

Board members voted 9-2 April 20 to defer the policy to a study session after questions came up about whether it violates teachers’ rights to privacy.

Introduced by Hendersonville board member Mike Fussell, the policy would require Sumner County educators to sign sworn affidavits declaring whether they pay membership dues to the Sumner County Education Association.

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