Public Education

The First Year of the Postgraduate Course in Humanizing Education in Mendoza Has Concluded

The academic update Humanizing Education: intentional learning, affectivity and new roles in the educational space, held the closing meeting of its first cohort on Wednesday 19 May, in a virtual way. The postgraduate course was taught at the Instituto de…

Ontario Government can’t plan for return to school without sufficient emergency funding

Students, parents and educators are counting on the Ford Conservative government to provide more funding than it has allocated to ensure there is a safe and effective re-opening of schools this fall. “It is unconscionable that the government would tell…

Education Crisis: From Pre-K to Higher Ed, Students Face Unequal Access During Coronavirus Shutdown

We look at the impact of the pandemic on schools, universities, students, parents, teachers and professors — and who is at the table to shape what happens next. “We now have an economic crisis on top of the public health…

Why Striking Teachers Across America Are Fighting for Much More Than Their Paychecks

After their successful strike earlier this year, Oakland teachers are still fighting off charter schools and changing the narrative of public education. By Jeff Bryant While national news outlets hail the conclusion of a historic teacher strike in Chicago, another important story…

Ten Reasons to Support the LA Teachers

By Danny Katch MORE THAN 33,000 members of United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) are on strike today, shutting down the country’s second-largest school district which serves almost half a million students. Educators are demanding that the Los Angeles United School…