Yesterday, Chicago Public Schools (CPS) teachers voted to refuse in-person work until January 18 or until the city’s COVID-19 wave falls below the threshold set last year
The Graduate Employees Organization (GEO) at the University of Michigan recently went on a seven-day strike over COVID and policing issues, during the contract
An anonymous non-tenure track instructor describes how he and his colleagues successfully pushed back against their university administration’s attempt to strip them of job security in light of the pandemic.
Michael Mochaidean, a teacher and member of the West Virginia Education Association, explores different scenarios for organizing a teacher strike in response to directives to open schools
Bob Barnetson describes a campaign by his faculty association at Athabasca University, a public, higher education distance learning institution in Alberta. During a contract fight, the union made the bold move of just mobilizing members for pickets and not relying on community supporters