“The forces we’re up against in terms of changing policy are heavily funded and have lots of resources,” explained Tomas Robles. “Coming together to train and share each other’s vision is how we can build power.”
With their vote, the Community College of Rhode Island adjuncts join a fast-growing movement of contingent faculty who see unions as a powerful means to improve their working conditions.
Great things happen when educators, administrators and parents work together to make their community stronger.
This week we talk about pensions in Pennsylvania and Illinois, Montana’s LR 123 being removed from the November ballot and union organizing in Wisconsin.
Florida – Make sure that your are prepared before heading to vote Following the steps below will help to ensure your vote counts: Obtain a copy of the election ballot from the newspaper or download a copy from the Supervisor of Elections. Review and fill it out in advance. Take the ballot with you to the … Continued
Adjunct faculty across the country are organizing to protect their rights and their students’ rights to a quality education.
Education Support Professionals at Lake Tahoe Community College vote to unionize.
20 NEA Higher Education members spend two days at a community college near Los Angeles to hone their organizing skills.
More than 100 ESPs attend training to make their voices heard.