Unions oppose random drug, alcohol testing for teachers

01/19/2009 | USA Today

More U.S. school districts are attempting to test teachers randomly for drug or alcohol use, but some teachers unions are mounting legal efforts against such efforts. "It would be in our view a waste of money, because there is no problem that a drug-testing program can address," said Michael Simpson, assistant general counsel with the National Education Association.

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