Today members of Clark University Graduate Workers United (CUGWU-Teamsters) ratified their first contract, ending an indefinite strike.
Graduate student workers at Clark University in Worcester have voted 100 to 7 to join the Teamsters in a union election.
Clark University Graduate Workers United (CUGWU-Teamsters) gathered with supporters on campus Wednesday to urge the administration to voluntarily recognize their union.
We spoke with William Westgard-Cruice and Patrick Geiger, two members of the CUGWU-Teamsters organizing committee, about what drove their decision to organize, the administration’s “mental gymnastics,” and how grad student workers fit into the labor movement.
Graduate student workers at Clark University in Worcester have formally announced their intent to unionize with Teamsters Local 170.
By Max McCullough When I began teaching high school history at a Boston charter school in 2013 there was a mainstream consensus that charter schools were effective and should be fostered and expanded. 2010’s Waiting for Superman was the most visible public expression of a bipartisan political truism, that charter schools would save vulnerable kidsContinue reading “Massachusetts’ Commonwealth Charter Schools Must Be Organized”