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The Wisconsin battle has gripped the nation. In a matter of days working people, in both the public and private sectors, along with many unemployed and students, rose up to challenge Walker’s attempt to cripple...

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State legislatures nationwide have slashed billions of dollars from public education as they deal with revenue shortfalls brought on by the economic crisis. According to a report from the National Conference of State Legislatures, the...

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CORE – the Caucus of Rank and File Educators – is a group of teachers who work for the Chicago Board of Education and who recently put together, through a democratic internal election process, a...

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By Tom Crean, United Federation of Teachers (NYC), chapter leader (personal capacity) In February, the school board in Central Falls, Rhode Island, the poorest and most densely populated city in the state, voted to fire...

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