For some teachers, requesting that they choose between dueling local unions is akin to asking a small child to pick which divorced parent to live with. It’s an exercise certain to inflame emotions and deepen the divide that led to the split in the first place.

Sunday marked the beginning of a pivotal 14 days for two organizations seeking to represent Clark County School District teachers. During that period, teachers can decide whether they want to stick with the current union, the Clark County Education Association, or align with the upstart National Education Association of Southern Nevada.

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