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BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 12/16/22
r. Rocio Rivas was finally declared winner in the highly anticipated Los Angeles Unified School District board race for District 2.
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 5/20/17
Hundreds of teachers, along with supporters assembled in the State Capitol building rotunda, May 20, for a “Invest in Success Rally for Public Education.”
BY Brad Sigal | Saint Paul, MN | 2/11/14
On February 10 the Executive Board of the Saint Paul Federation of Teachers voted unanimously to call a strike vote for their members on Feb. 24.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 5/09/11
An anti-bargaining bill disguised as an education reform bill has passed through the Illinois Senate and moved on to the Illinois House of Representatives. This bill called SB7, includes many components that will take away the Chicago Teachers Union’s (CTU) bargaining rights and rights to strike.
BY Grace Kelley | University of Minnesota | 3/07/11
Students for a Democratic Society at the U of M held a rally March 2, in front of the student union to demand no tuition hikes, no staff layoffs and shared governance for all members of the university community.
BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 10/14/10
On Oct. 8, the Department of Labor reported that local public schools had cut 49,800 jobs in September. Included in the layoffs this fall was kindergarten teacher Amanda VanNess, who stood with President Obama when he signed a bill giving $26 billion to local schools in August of 2009.
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