1 edition of Teacher strike! found in the catalog.
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||The working class in American history, Working class in American history|
|LC Classifications||LB2844.47.U6 S54 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 251 pages|
|Number of Pages||251|
|ISBN 10||0252040872, 0252082362|
|ISBN 10||9780252040870, 9780252082368|
|LC Control Number||2016043301|
School Districts, IUs, and Vocational Technical Schools have experienced teachers’ strikes. Only percent have had more than one strike in that year span. Seventy-seven percent () of Pennsylvania’s operating school districts have not experienced a teachers’ strike . Teachers in two Chicago charter school networks have gone on strike, asking for better pay and smaller classes. Meanwhile, public school teachers have .
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" Teacher Strike. is a major contribution to the growing literature on teacher unionism." -- Labor: Studies in Working-Class History "An important book both historiographically and in terms of its relevance to our own times.
It deserves a wide readership and thoughtful discussion of its argument."--Cited by: 2. This debut novella by Gabby Matthews marks the first historical fiction of the Chicago teachers' strike. Based on extensive investigative research of the monumental event led by strong Chicago Teachers Union (CTU), Matthews weaves a complex narrative Teacher strike!
book seamlessly blends perilous romantic intimacy with sultry political : Gabby Matthews. The book is made up of "essays" written by teachers from all over the state describing their experiences leading up to, during, and after the strike. I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in understanding how people take charge of a bad situation and overcome it.
out of 5 stars Insight into the teachers strike5/5(7). This book highlights Albert Shanker, a union president who led teachers’ strikes in late s New York City after 18 unionized white educators Author: Concepción de León.
"Teacher Strike. is a major contribution to the growing literature on teacher unionism." --Labor: Studies in Working-Class History "This book makes a significant contribution to the fields of educational history and labor history.
Blanc is a former teacher whose writing about the strike is distinguished by its authenticity, passion and expertise. Discussing how ordinary people can challenge the powerful and win, this highly readable book is certain to inspire/5(18). The Chicago Teachers Union strike was the most important domestic labor struggle so far this century—and perhaps for the last forty years—and the strongest challenge to the conservative agenda for restructuring education, which advocates for more charter schools and tying teacher salaries to standardized testing, among other changes/5(8).
Golin's The Newark Teacher Strikes: Hopes on the Line is a gripping chronicle of the birth and life of the Newark Teacher's Union. This book looks at Newark's struggle through the eyes of those closest to it - the by: 8. The first part of the book sets the stage by exploring the experience of teachers in Newark from World War II to the strike.
After covering both strikes, Golin brings the story up to in the epilogue, which traces the connection between educational reform and union democracy. She’s one of many parents and teachers across the state sharing pictures of decrepit or out-of-date textbooks during this week’s teacher strike in Oklahoma, where teacher pay ranked 50th in.
The Chicago school strike was the first the city had seen in a quarter century. This book offers an analysis of what happened during the strike and why it is important for public education and the common good.
We aim to tell two interwoven stories. This is the memoir of the coming-of-age story of African American John Stokes and how he, his sister and a group of fellow students brought about the desegregation of Robert Russa Moton High School.
a small, all-black high school in rural Virginia in the s, and how this action became part of the civil rights decision known as Brown v. Teachers walked off the job in Los Angeles on Monday, demanding higher pay, smaller classes and more support staff. The strike affects aroundstudents at schools in.
The 15 Best Protest Signs From The Chicago Teacher's Strike. Who's more clever than the people whose job it is to teach you to be clever. Much Love - Virgin Mobile.
• The longest teachers' strike in Illinois history took place in the town of Homer in southeastern Champaign County that lasted from Octoto Jan eight-month strike which swallowed up a staggering school days, beating the record once set in Cleveland, Ohio in the school year which lasted 62 days.
The teacher’s union surveyed 2, of its members and found that teachers on average spend about $ a year out of their pocket for supplies, such as books, pencils, glue, binders, food. Three teachers in Oklahoma open up their classrooms to show the impact of funding cuts in the US state.
Oklahoma teacher strike: 'I have 29 textbooks for 87 pupils'. The Chicago Teachers Union strike was the most important domestic labor struggle so far this century—and perhaps for the last forty years—and the strongest challenge to the conservative agenda for restructuring education, which advocates for more charter schools and tying teacher salaries to standardized testing, among other changes.
The union struck on opening day. Two days later, there was a tentative agreement. Several days after that, the agreement fell through, and Shanker's teachers struck again. All fiction dealing with student-teacher affairs and romantic relationships.
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