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AFL-CIO Now Does the Right Thing, Drops Anti-Teacher Groups

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Nicole Aro is the AFL-CIO Digital Strategies deputy director.

Last night, under growing pressure, confirmed it is cutting ties with StudentsFirst and Stand for Children. This is great news. started as a force to make the world a better place and, with this decision, it has taken a step forward in doing just that. The outcry from the progressive community about’s partnerships with these groups sent a clear statement: We see through your ruse. Corporate agendas to bust unions, get rid of public schools and turn education into a for-profit enterprise are not progressive. They are not good for teachers, students or democracy, and we will fight back. 

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