Tuesday May 22, 2018
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BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 5/05/18
The nation’s largest labor action came to a close Thursday, May 3 when Arizona’s #RedForEd movement ended its six-day walkout.
BY Jim Byrne | Phoenix, AZ | 4/30/18
The historic statewide educator walkout entered its third day Monday, April 30.
BY Brad Sigal | San Juan, Puerto Rico | 4/30/18
On April 27, police pepper sprayed teachers in a protest led by the Puerto Rican Teachers Federation (FMPR) outside the Department of Education.
BY Jim Byrne | Phoenix, AZ | 4/26/18
A red tidal wave is washing over downtown Phoenix, April 26, as the #RedForEd movement takes its demands to Governor Ducey and the Republican-dominated legislature.
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 4/20/18
With over 57,000 votes from across the state, 78% over education workers voted April 19 in favor of a walk out.
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 4/18/18
Last Thursday, April 12, Arizona Republican Governor Doug Ducey presented his proposal for salary raises to the movement of educators called Arizona Educators United (AEU). It did not take long for teachers and educational support professionals to reject the proposal based on suspicions of a lack of new funding streams and the lack of recognition for classified support staff.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 4/18/18
The Teamsters Local 792 strike against J.J. Taylor Distributing, a beer hauler based in Minneapolis, continued into its ninth day April 17, with about 40 workers picketing all entrances into the company.
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 Fabian Van Onzin | Glasgow, Scotland | 3/17/18
As of March 17, for the last month, lecturers across the United Kingdom have been on strike in response to changes in their pension plans.
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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