Plugged In: Releasing Names of Teachers Who Crossed Picket Line?
Should a school district be required to release the names, addresses and phone numbers of substitute teachers who crossed the picket line during a strike?
It’s a case the Ohio Supreme Court will hear, FoxNews.com reported.
Cleveland Teachers Union Local 279 represents the teachers from Strongsville City Schools that went on strike for eight weeks last year.
The union filed a Freedom of Information request for the names and addresses of all the substitute teachers that crossed the picket line.
The district argued that releasing the information could subject the substitute teachers to harassment or harm.
A court disagreed and ordered the release of the information. Now it’s up to the Ohio Supreme Court to decide what happens next.
Do you think the personal information of the substitutes should be released? Scroll down to our Facebook post to let us know what you think. Fox 8’s Todd Meany might read your comments on-air during “Plugged In” from 6:30 – 9 a.m!