How California Schools Work: A History of Communism in California

Posted June 12, 2019 09:11:52In this story, we explore the history of California’s school system from the dawn of the Civil War through the 1960s, the rise of the California Teachers Association, and the formation of the National Labor Relations Board.Topics:education,education-related,government-and-politics,social-policy,education,american-state-issues,united-statesFirst posted June 13, 2019 16:47:49

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How to get involved in Argentina’s student protests

Students and teachers of the national teachers’ union, ASN, rallied on Monday outside the country’s national government headquarters in central Buenos Aires to demand that the country overhaul its education system, after the school system was plunged into chaos in December.In a letter sent to Prime Minister Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, the teachers’ federation called […]

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When a Danish school system banned communist-inspired books, the reaction was swift and violent

DEEPENING IN THE DARK: The dark side of Denmark’s communist education systemThe Danish government’s decision to ban communist books in public schools was widely condemned by civil society and human rights groups.But in a nation where almost one-quarter of the population is Muslim, it also sparked a backlash against the Danish education system.“It’s not a […]

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