West Virginia Teachers Reject Deal and Stay on Strike

March 2, 2018

Teachers in West Virginia said on Tuesday that the salary issue pales in comparison to the key problem that prompted the walk-out: the rising costs associated with the state’s health-insurance system, the Public Employees Insurance Agency […]

Wisconsin Union-Busting Law Hurt Teachers—and Students

November 18, 2017

“Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and Republicans in the state’s legislature rammed through Act 10, which directly attacked union rights for public workers, in 2011,” writes Laura Clawson in The Daily Kos. “Now that some time has passed, we know the […]

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