In many states, ballot measures may determine whether schools secure new funding or remain stuck in “permanent recession.”
While 6,000 Washington educators remain on the picket line, nearly 33,000 teachers in Los Angeles are prepared to strike.
The bad news is that the demands and pressures on our schools are growing. The good news is that the nation is finally looking to educators for solutions.
Educators in Springfield fight against nepotism and institutional biases, form group to help recruit, retain, and support educators of color.
Whether it was fighting overtesting or school takeovers, educators across the nation have stood up, spoke out, and scored victories.
Because teachers and education support professionals in St. Paul stood together, the school district knew the threat of a strike was even more credible.
Fed up with moonlighting and living paycheck-to-paycheck, education support professionals in Virginia seek fair pay.
After threatening a virtual strike or “log out,” union members win contract giving them the voice to improve the digital learning environment.
Bargaining for the common good is a natural fit at public institutions whose missions—and funding—are entangled with the well-being of their communities.