MPS workers, parents, students, and community members picketed up and down Vliet Street outside of MPS Central Office about two weeks ago to protest budget cuts. Photo: Milwaukee Teachers’ Education Association
Investigative reporter Matt Kittle tells it like it is.
Days after audaciously asserting Milwaukee Public Schools needs to double its $1.1 billion budget, the Milwaukee Teachers’ Education Association is flirting with the ’S word,’ if the district doesn’t back off on budget cut talk.
All the while, union officials demand that even contemplating a strike in the pursuit of happiness for MPS teachers is all about the kids.
Except it’s not.
Here is analysis you won’t find in the Journal Sentinel.