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May 06, 2019

About 1,000 Nashville Teachers Stage a Sickout to Protest Low Wages

The Nashville protest is the latest instance of teacher activism, and additional walkouts are on the horizon this spring.

May 01, 2019

A RedForEd Wave: Teachers in North and South Carolina Leave Classrooms in Protest

A sea of red swept the capitals of North and South Carolina on Wednesday, as thousands of teachers turned out to demand higher pay and more school funding.

April 16, 2019

Where Will the Next Teacher Protests Take Place?

A new analysis by the Center for American Progress finds that teacher labor actions are more likely to take place in states with lower pay.

April 03, 2019

Sacramento Teachers Reached a Contract Deal. They're Still Going on Strike

The teachers' union has planned a one-day strike to protest the school district's labor practices.

March 26, 2019

Two More Statewide Teacher Protests Are on the Horizon

Teachers in North Carolina and Oregon plan to walk out of their classrooms in protest in May.

March 15, 2019

Kentucky Ed. Dept. Asks for Names of Protesting Teachers Who Called Out Sick

Commissioner Wayne Lewis requested a list of the teachers who had taken sick days in the 10 districts where teacher absences caused work stoppages.

March 11, 2019

'It's Our Time': Maryland Teachers March for School Funding

Thousands of teachers marched in Annapolis on Monday evening, pushing for higher pay and more resources for their students.

March 07, 2019

Across the Nation, More Teachers Are Protesting With a Broader Set of Demands

Even when schools remain open, teachers across the country are speaking out for an investment in public education and protesting school-choice measures.

March 02, 2019

'When We Strike, We Win': Oakland Teachers' Union Reaches Tentative Deal

After seven days on strike, Oakland, Calif., teachers have reached a deal with the district that includes an 11 percent pay raise.

February 28, 2019

The Kentucky 'Pension Flu' Has Hit Teachers Once Again

Several school districts have been forced to close due to a large number of teachers calling out sick in protest of a pension-reform bill.

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