Introduction to Issue 4 of the Special Series on Transforming Unions, Schools and Society
Education Labor Movements Across the Americas
Keywords:Comparative Education, Neoliberal Education Reform, Social Justice Unionism, Social Movements, Teacher Organizing
This is the final issue in a four-part special series titled Contemporary Educator Movements: Transforming Unions, Schools, and Society in North America. While the previous three issues explored educator organizing in the United States, this issue expands the focus of the series to educator organizing across the Americas. The interviewees and authors in this issue offer engaged research and narratives of organizing in educator networks and unions in Canada and Chile. In doing so, they provide insights into the importance of internal organizational structures, external networks, and solidarity with and for struggles for justice in schools and society.
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