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180 Days: Day 91--At An Impasse; It's Time to "Undig"

Boy, did I miss my kids today.  They are so much more fun than our administrators who refuse to work with us teachers to solve problems impacting our work lives and children’s learning lives. 418 more words

Mandate and Unite say Capita, Forever 21 cases highlight deficiencies in collective bargaining provision

Workers must have right to negotiate collectively through union of their choice

February 4th: Unite Regional Secretary Jackie Pollock and Mandate General Secretary John Douglas… 433 more words

Press Releases

Bullpen Carts Coming Back to MLB in 2018?

So MLB and the players’ union (headed by Telly Savalas last time I checked) are doing their ritual dance.  MLB wants to speed the game up.  75 more words

Writing

Dave Zirin: The ‘megaphone of sports’ is more global, powerful than ever

Donald Trump has made politics part of nearly every reporter’s beat. The president’s policy proposals and inflammatory public comments spark reaction and resistance that spill beyond the Beltway, outside the traditional spaces reserved for political debate. 1,642 more words

Politics

United Nurses of Alberta recommend new deal, set Feb. 15 for vote on contract

The United Nurses of Alberta is recommending its members approve a tentative deal that includes a two-year wage freeze and job security.

The union, which represents 30,000 registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses, has set Feb. 232 more words

Money

Editorial: Bill is not the best way to improve education

Oregon struggles at near bottom in high school graduation rates, and the state’s absenteeism is through the roof.

A group of legislators led by Democratic Reps. 54 more words

Oregon Legislature

AAUP Amicus Brief Fights Corporate Model at Universities

Universities have become increasingly corporatized, and the significant expansion of university administration has seriously eroded faculty authority to control or make effective recommendations about university policy. 400 more words

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