*The hypothetical : Wisconsin governor wins, there is no more teachers union. 1st : In a class of 50 students - 5 receive A's / 5 receive B's / 10 receive C's / 10 receive D's / 20 fail completely. This says A's are possible because it was proven it could be done, the failures failed because they did not apply themselves, not because of the teacher. So how does removing the teachers union solve children appling themselves? 2nd: No more teachers union, how does this effect class sizes? 3rd : No more teachers union, how does this effect the state standardized tests? 4th : No more teachers union, how does this get parents more involved in their childrens education? 5th : No more teachers union, how does this automatically provide better teachers? 6th : No more teachers union, how does this balance the whole state budget? 7th : If the teachers union is removed and things don't improve then did we get rid of it for nothing? and does anyone know what the harm caused from such a removal would be? These are thing we need to think about and have answers for before we start shouting down the teachers union. Sometimes the devil you know is better than the devil you don't know. I don't believe getting rid of the teachers union will solve anthing, perhaps a modification of the teachers union would be more appropriate.