That may be on the agenda, but here I think you are missing which cup the pea is under. The issue here is special facilities for state employees, paid for by the public, but unavailable to the public. Next they'll have special, deluxe medical clinics for teachers and other state employees (just like for Congress). No illegal aliens allowed. No commoners, either.
That I didn’t address that segment of the issue, does not mean that I missed it. I certainly agree that teachers should not have special access to child care unless they pay for it, as the rest of the population must. Otherwise the actual costs should be added to their W2 forms as actual income.
I repeat my post #3. It is coming.
Don’t you love how government agencies don’t hold themselves to their own developed standards which they thrust upon the private industry?!!!