Public education
Croatia education protest Teachers and parents unite for right to early education in Croatia

Kindergarten teachers and other workers in Croatia join forces with parents to build a better early childhood education system. There is a shortage of stuff and wide variations in pay among teachers

Ecuadorian teachers mobilize in defense of equalization of salary

In Ecuador, the teachers teaching in public institutions receive around 50% less salaries than those teaching in private institutions

Uruguayan workers protest the economic crisis and high cost of living

Thousands of Uruguayans took part in a partial national strike called for by the PIT-CNT and mobilized against the right-wing national government, its austerity policies, rising hunger, high cost of living, privatization of public companies, among other issues

Israeli court orders illegal, forced transfer of Palestinian Bedouins and other stories

Today we look at the Israeli High Court ruling on mass expulsions in Masafer Yatta; a severe anti-abortion law advanced in Louisiana, US; and more

Ecuadorian teachers on hunger strike in defense of Intercultural Education Law

The teachers are demanding the full implementation of the Organic Law of Intercultural Education (LOEI), including equalization of teachers’ salaries at national level

Hungarian teachers demand better salaries and working conditions and other stories

Today we look at a teachers’ strike in Hungary, threats to trans children’s access to gender-affirming care in the US, and more

Teachers Strike - Hungary Hungarian teachers starts indefinite strike demanding wage hikes, increased staff

The conservative government in Hungary led by Viktor Orban has tried to restrict teachers’ strikes by issuing a special decree calling for mandatory teaching services in schools citing the COVID-19 crisis

Teachers in Puerto Rico strike for wages, benefits

After the government failed to deliver on salary increases and cut pensions, teachers have called a national strike

Explained: Reasons behind the massive student debt crisis in the US

Why are so many American citizens under so much debt from trying to attain education? What is the structure of the education system which has led to this crisis?

Workers of Attorney General’s Office in Paraguay begins one-month strike

The workers of the Attorney General’s Office are protesting the budget cuts announced in the ministry for 2022. The unions have condemned that the reduction in budget will affect various areas of its competence in addition to its daily functioning

Paraguayans wage struggle against Abdo’s anti-people policies

Since Monday, doctors, Indigenous people, peasants and teachers have been mobilizing against different policies of president Mario Abdo Benítez’s government

Ecuadorian teachers end hunger strike after court ratified progressive education law

The National Union of Educators, announced the end of the hunger strike after the Constitutional Court ratified the constitutionality and validity of the Organic Law of Intercultural Education