Education’s new union terms have employees feeling demoralized, confused by inconsistent policies
Summary: The American Federation of Government Employees said it is not backing down until the Education Department agrees to come back to the table and, well, bargain for a collective bargaining agreement. Instead, Education started imposing its own terms. AFGE said those terms are confusing and demoralizing. Claudette Young is the president of AFGE Council 252, which represents 2,500 Education employees. She told Federal News Radio's Nicole Ogrysko for Federal Drive with Tom Temin the department walked away from discussions setting the ground rules for negotiations.