Striking Oregon teachers accused of unfair labor practices | WCYB

PORTLAND, Ore. — After striking teachers entered the Oregon Convention Center and disrupted a Metro meeting with a school
board member in attendance and picketed outside the homes
of two Portland Public Schools officials this week, the district’s
attorney sent a letter to the Portland Association of Teachers
asking it to stop, or there could be legal action.

A few dozen people gathered outside the home of PPS Chief of
Staff Jonathan Garcia’s home and “threateningly taunted him
by asking him if their presence made him feel uncomfortable,"
according to the district and a letter written by attorney Dennis
Westlind on behalf of PPS and sent to PAT leaders Wednesday.


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