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BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 4/04/18
Thousands of red-clad educators, parents, youth and community members poured into the downtown area April 4, during rush hour.
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BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 4/04/18
On April 4, educators across Arizona will gather outside their schools before the first bell and walk in together as a sign of unity in their fight for higher pay and equitable funding.
BY staff | Mexico City, Mexico | 3/21/18
Fight Back! interviewed leaders of the militant teachers union in Oaxaca, México - the National Coordinator of Education Workers (CNTE) Section 22.
CNTE, FISE
BY Dave Schneider | Jersey City, NJ | 3/18/18
On March 16, public school teachers in Jersey City, New Jersey went on strike after months of frustrating contract negotiations with the city’s Board of Education.
BY Brad Sigal | San Juan, Puerto Rico | 3/16/18
The Puerto Rican Teachers Federation and allied teachers’ organizations in the Broad Front in Defense of Public Education (FADEP) have called a national teachers’ strike in Puerto Rico for March 19.
BY staff | Mexico City, Mexico | 3/15/18
Fight Back! News interviewed Ibai Redondo, a representative of the teachers union that’s part of the union federation Langile Abertzaleen Batzordeak (LAB) in the Basque Country.
BY staff | Mexico City, Mexico | 3/12/18
On March 5, Fight Back! News interviewed Niurka González Orberá, the General Secretary of the Cuban Union of Education, Science, and Sports Workers (SNTECD).
CTC, Cuba, FISE, SNTECD, WFTU
BY staff | Mexico City, Mexico | 3/10/18
On March 5 the World Federation of Teachers Unions (FISE) successfully concluded its 18th Congress in México City.
BY staff | Mexico City, Mexico | 3/05/18
Militant teachers and education workers from around the world gathered to strategize in México City, March 4, the opening day of the 18th Congress of FISE (International Federation of the Education Sector).
BY staff | Charleston, WV | 3/04/18
Teachers and their supporters rally inside the State Capitol in Charleston. Members of the education and staff unions plan on continuing the strike that has shut down schools across the state. At issue is a wage increase and health care coverage.
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