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Republican States in U.S Rocked by Teachers’ Strike, One After Another
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Republican States in U.S Rocked by Teachers’ Strike, One After Another

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By Pavan Kulkarni/ The Dawn News/ April 07, 2018 Following the footsteps of teachers from West Virginia, who succeeded in getting a pay-rise of 5% after a nine-days long strike, tens of thousands of teachers in Oklahoma and Kentucky struck work on Monday this week. They were protesting against cuts […]

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Argentina: 70.000 Teachers March to Protest Pay Cuts
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Argentina: 70.000 Teachers March to Protest Pay Cuts

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Source: Revista VENCEREMOS / The Dawn News / March 6, 2017 It has been a while since we witnessed an educational manifestation of such size. Around 70 thousand teachers escorted by militants of social and popular organizations and supportive associations. Between them we found members of  the Currents 19 and […]

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Brazilian Students Occupy Over 700 Schools in Brazil

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Source: Brasil de Fato / Prensa Latina / The Dawn News / October 19, 2016 High school students have occupied at least 760 schools in the southern State of Paraná to protest against the educational reform presented by Michel Temer’s government. The movement, which has been dubbed the “High School […]

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The New Right’s Educational Program
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The New Right’s Educational Program

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By: Raúl Zibechi / Source: rebelion.org / The Dawn News / October 2, 2016. One of the core goals of the new right regarding education is disqualifying teachers, blaming them for every problem in education: from student failure to low quality of the contents. A new right was born and […]

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Analysis Mexico

Mexican Teachers: A Lesson in Dignity

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By: Luis Hernández Navarro / Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / September 20, 2016 Last Monday, September 19, teachers from Chiapas left the protest camp installed in Tuxtla Gutierrez returned to their schools, thereby ending the 124-day strike they had relentlessly carried out. They didn’t return to the […]

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Mexico. Teachers, a Great Tradition of Struggle
Analysis Mexico

Mexico. Teachers, a Great Tradition of Struggle

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By Luis Cas, from Mexico / Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / June 19, 2016. Last June 19th, 8 people died and 94 were injured as the result of the violent repression carried out by the Federal Police against a blockade in a road in Nochixtlán Oaxaca (Mexico […]

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