What does this mean for CAVA?
We work hard every day to teach our students. Unfortunately, some of the decisions made by CAVA and K-12 make it harder to accomplish our goals. Recent developments have heightened this concern. Recently the NCAA rejected course work from twenty-four K-12 affiliated schools. This will unfortunately have an impact on our students. Additionally, a shareholder lawsuit suggesting that K-12 misled investors was recently filed. What do these developments mean for our schools, our jobs, and our students? Part of organizing a union is allowing us to assert that teachers should be a central part of making decisions about how our resources are used, and how our students are taught. When frontline teachers have more of a voice in important decisions many of these problems can be avoided.
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