The St. Louis Workers' Education Society recently purchased its new headquarters - a historic, beautiful, 10,000 square-foot union hall located in south St. Louis City.
The settlement will protect teacher's health care and pensions and establishes, for the first time, a program to control the growth of class sizes.
Civil rights groups organized the boycott and demonstration against segregated schools and inadequate resources for black students.
Teachers in the small suburban community of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, returned to the picket line for their second week of striking.
It's taken nine years, but some 7,000 former New Orleans school workers may be headed for a multimillion-dollar win of back wages and penalties this fall.
An energized resistance to ongoing attacks on education was on display at this year's American Federation of Teachers national convention in Los Angeles.
Teachers heard the iconic leader of the Moral Monday movement in North Carolina characterize them as part of a movement fighting for the very soul of the nation.
Title IX prohibits federally funded educational institutions from discriminating against students or employees based on sex.
Now a new lawsuit, filed in federal court in Houston by the AFT's affiliate there, exposes just how pernicious the problems are.
Teacher unions must unite with parents, students and the community to improve public schools so that we have healthy communities and a vibrant democracy.