Teachers In Hudson Punished For Skipping Class

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Teachers in Hudson. Wis. will need to make up for skipping class last month.

On Feb. 18th, a bunch of teachers called in sick to protest the cuts to collective bargaining in the state.

That forced the school district to cancel classes for the day.

Now, the district has decided the teachers will have to attend three, two-hour “development sessions” without pay. And two days that were supposed to be “late-start dates” will now start at normal hours to make up for the classroom time missed.


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