Teacher’s Union Fights Congressional Bill That Bans Sex Offenders From Classroom
The Teacher’s unions and Democrats are fighting a Congressional bill that bans sex offenders from the classroom.
Kyle Olson, with the Education Action Group, discussed this with Megyn Kelly last night.
FOX News reported:
A bipartisan bill that would stop convicted sex offenders from working in schools has been passed by the House but is running into a foe as it heads to the Senate: major teachers’ unions like the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers.
Kyle Olson, with the Education Action Group Foundation told Megyn Kelly Wednesday night on “The Kelly File” that the unions’ objection to the bill proves “unions are out to protect the adults…they are not out for the interests of the children.”
“We should have zero tolerance for issues like this,” Olson said. “We have zero tolerance policies for weapons, a kid who bites a Pop Tart into a gun or has a Hello Kitty bubble-maker will be suspended or expelled if they have those sorts of things…”