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If Students’ Learning Conditions Are Teachers’ Working Conditions, These Students Are in Trouble
New York City’s public schools are falling behind.
May 20, 2016
Without More Even Investment, Universal Pre-K Won’t Be Universal
When pre-K teachers at community centers typically make $27,000 less than public elementary-school teachers, how can we expect quality early-childhood education?
May 6, 2016
Citizens Are Not Consumers
When education gets outsourced, students lose.
May 4, 2016
Just Because Big Coal Is Collapsing Doesn’t Mean Appalachia Has to Follow
Is an environmentally sustainable economic transition possible?
May 2, 2016
Making Sense of the Boston Public Schools Walkout
The Boston Public Schools have been under sustained budget cuts for several years. This year students decided they'd had enough.
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May 2, 2016
$15 an Hour Won’t Help These Workers
A higher minimum wage is necessary, but not enough, to lift part-time workers out of poverty.
April 27, 2016
In the Time It Takes to Read This Article, a Person Will Die at Work in the US
A hundred and fifty people die each day from hazardous working conditions in this country. How many of those are preventable?
April 20, 2016
Want Your Kids to Get a Good Education? Support Their Teachers’ Workplace Rights
A new lawsuit pits teachers’ rights against students’ access to quality education. That argument doesn’t hold water.
April 18, 2016
Want to Diversify Publishing? Unionize.
Pie charts and hashtags can temporarily embarrass publishers, but the solution may require bringing worker power to bear.
April 14, 2016
Bernie Sanders Embraces Union Struggles and Welcomes the Contempt of CEOs
Campaigning in New York, the senator from Vermont rallies with transport workers, pickets with striking phone workers, and tangles with corporate bosses.