If my understanding is correct some teachers in some states feel the need to protest because of their pensions or pay. I agree you have the right to do so. But what some did in Kentucky on Monday seems a little unethical IMO.
#1 they took a school day and decided to make it a SNOW DAY (but there was no snow) and the schools were closed to the students.
#2 they used school busses to go to the capitol to protest. My question is who is paying the bus driver to drive the bus? Who is paying for the fuel for the bus to and from? Are the teachers getting paid the day of the protest? Who allowed the teachers, drivers and the schools to be closed that day?
#3 the “snow day” now has to be made up by the students. Is this not teaching the students that it is OK to fake a snow day, use taxpayer funds to drive busses to and from to protest?
Am I wrong in my thinking on this one? Seems like this is one of those things that just does not pass the ethical test.