Chicago teacher’s union leader: We should strike if forced to return to the classroom

Chicago teacher’s union leader: We should strike if forced to return to the classroom
Sarah Chambers (Image via Twitter)

[Ed. – Yep, teachers really have the students’ welfare at heart. Here’s the head of one of the largest unions in the country advising teachers to strike if they are required to return to the classroom because ‘it is isn’t safe.’ In reality it has been demonstrated to be one of the lowest-risk environments, but why would you expect a teacher to bothered with facts?]

Chicago Teachers Union leader Sarah Chambers, who has been railing for a #StayRemoteUntilItsSafe school year for Windy City teachers, was posting social media images Thursday from Puerto Rico where she was ringing in 2021. Chambers fired up Twitter Thursday to defend her vacation, explaining how careful she was following protocols to make her Puerto Rican getaway a reality.

“I got 4 covid tests (2 rapid, 2 PCR) b4 coming here & wore 2 masks (N95). Scientists said airplanes are safer than grocery stores bc airplanes have ICU level filtration & everyone wears masks. My doc said it’s extremely unlikely for me to get Covid again since I had it so badly,” Chambers tweeted Thursday.

“I had covid 60+ days of covid, where I could barely walk or talk for 2 weeks. I stayed at a private Airbnb only getting groceries and delivery.

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