‘It’s Devastating’: NYC Schools Face Enormous Budget Cuts
Left Voice publishes an interview with a teacher at New York City’s MS 839, who has been organizing with his school community against the city’s school budget cuts.
Emma LeeJune 20, 2022
Florida Teacher Fired for Speaking about Sexuality
A teacher in Florida was fired under the state’s “Don’t Say Gay” law. We must build a fighting labor movement to defend her, as well as all other teachers and students targeted by the onslaught of anti-LGTBQ+ bills.
Emma LeeMay 13, 2022
The Radical Legacy of Caroline Pratt: Socialist, Feminist, Trade Unionist, Educator
Workers at City and Country School in New York City have won their vote to unionize. This effort could help them return to the school's radical, progressive roots.
Sam MillerApril 28, 2022
Virginia Caucus of Rank-and-File Educators Votes to Unionize Richmond Schools
Teachers in Richmond, Virginia, have voted to unionize. Their victory could pave the way for other teachers’ unions to emerge in the South.
Left VoiceApril 18, 2022
Parents and Students Organize Sit-In in Solidarity with Striking Sacramento Teachers
In Sacramento, parents and students are organizing sit-ins to support their teachers, who are on strike for higher pay and increased staffing.
Molly RosenzweigApril 3, 2022
Many Minneapolis Teachers and Educational Support Are Dissatisfied with Tentative Agreement
The Minneapolis Federation of Teachers (MFT) and the Educational Support Professional (ESP) chapter reached a tentative agreement that the rank and file has to frantically vote over this weekend.
Luigi MorrisMarch 27, 2022
Unions Around the Country Must Go All Out for Teachers in Minneapolis
With the teachers’ strike in Minneapolis in its third week, we need working class solidarity more than ever.
Mitch ReedMarch 24, 2022
An Open Letter to Minneapolis Teachers From a Black Educator
A first year NYC educator shares their admiration for the fight put forward by the Minneapolis Public School teachers and their determination to win.
Carmin MaffeaMarch 24, 2022
Public Education Is Not for Sale: The Case of Minneapolis Schools
As the Minneapolis teachers’ strike enters its third week, an Educational Support Professional examines the corporate interests behind the school district’s reluctance to meet educators’ demands.
Macks HoplandMarch 23, 2022
Minneapolis Students Speak Truth to Power in Solidarity With Striking Teachers
On Thursday, over 100 Minneapolis students walked the picket lines and organized a sit in as a show of solidarity with their teachers. They powerfully confronted the district's negotiating team and spoke truth to power.
Tatiana CozzarelliMarch 21, 2022