Part one in the series, “Can Educators Save the Middle Class” focuses on collective action.
State New Hampshire
New Hampshire House of Representatives fails to override Governor Lynch’s veto of “Right to Work” bill.
The SOS March was a huge success, and we have public education activists to thank.
Urgent action needed this week from all state residents. Tell your reps to vote ‘No!’
There’s no cooler way to make a donation of support for those rallying around the country than this unique auction.
Spurred by attacks on education and workers’ rights across the country,
teachers are showing their solidarity with the Wear Red for Public Ed campaign.
If Scott Walker assumed he’d have the unwavering backing of his Republican colleagues, he appears to be mistaken.
Updated Friday, March 4 with additional rally info
A look at past and upcoming public worker rallies around the country.
Van Roekel: ‘We will not bow to individuals and special interests who want to dismantle the rights of working people and the stability of middle class families.’
Moments after the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation in August to help save the jobs of 161,000 educators who had received pink slips, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter wrote on her Facebook page: “I am proud to have just voted for the Education Jobs and Medicaid Assistance Act. This legislation will prevent thousands of New Hampshire kids from losing their teachers.”