Skip to comments.Teachers Union President Siphons $1 Million From Ohio Educators
Posted on 08/28/2013 5:11:55 PM PDT by george76
Outgoing Ohio Education Association (OEA) President Patricia Frost-Brooks was paid a total of $998,949 from 2008-2012, the first five years of her six-year tenure.
Thanks to union contracts that existed long before many current teachers were hired, the vast majority of OEAs revenue comes from more than $450 per year in dues deducted automatically from tens of thousands of Ohio teachers paychecks.
Based on OEAs annual report to the U.S. Department of Labor, the union collected over $58 million in dues and fair share fees in 2012.
While Frost-Brooks has benefited the most from OEAs generous officer and executive salaries during the past five years, others are not far behind. OEA Vice President Bill Leibensperger was paid a sum of $943,231 from 2008-2012, while OEA Secretary-Treasurer James Timlin was paid $923,658.
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Has a hyphenated last name. Two types of people have these:
1. People with a combined family net worth of 20M+
2. Liberal idiots.
In this case, I’m going with #2.
I’m sure they’ve earned it. Lowering the educational achievement precipitously of over two generations doesn’t come easy.
“more than $450 per year in dues deducted automatically from tens of thousands of Ohio teachers paychecks.”
Any details of how manY $ per year the Union got for each of their teachers by buying off the politicians, local, state and national? I doubt that the teachers lost any money on the deal.........on the other hand, the taxpayers.......
Well! ...One million? Values are relative, you see. We should be judgmental, here./s