A teacher shortage more than a decade in the making has hit unprecendented levels, dramatically worsened by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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As schools begin to reopen nation-wide
New study reveals potentially “life-altering” neurologic complications in children hospitalized with COVID-19
The shocking information revealed in this study emerges just days before school districts across the US reopen their doors to tens of millions of students, teachers, and other school staff for fully in-person learning.
Florida schools are opening this month in the wake of several anti-democratic education bills that went effect this summer and massive teacher shortage.
Los Angeles schools reopen as county health officials cover for removal of public health measures at public forum
The reopening of schools without any mitigation measures is setting the stage for yet another massive winter surge.
We can only be successful here in Saarlouis if we regard our struggle to defend the plant as part of the growing resistance around the world.
A message from Indianapolis to Fort Wayne Kroger workers
Vote NO on the UFCW’s sellout contract in Fort Wayne, Indiana! Demand an end to the union information blackout!
Kroger workers should reject this contract and any contract voted on under circumstances of an information blackout on principle. Workers should demand full copies of the contract and a week to review it before even considering accepting any deal.
“Comrade Lehman’s struggle in the US, one of the world’s most developed industrialised economies, is powerful political encouragement to our struggle in South Asia and throughout the international working class.”
Columbus, Ohio Kroger workers: Now is the time to organize an independent fight against both management and the UFCW!
The Kroger Workers' Rank-and-File Committee stands behind Columbus workers' courageous rejection of the UFCW-Kroger sellout contract. But the question they now face is: what next?