Diocese to principals: make list of parents who oppose Catholic teachers’ union
February 13, 2009
Auxiliary Bishop John Dougherty of the Diocese of Scranton has asked Catholic school principals to compile a list of parents who oppose proposed state legislation that would permit Catholic teachers’ unions. The principals were asked to forward the lists to the diocese, which has stated that such legislation “will mean the end of Catholic schools.” Some Catholic school parents who support the formation of a teachers’ union said they feared that they would be “blacklisted.”
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