Providence Teacher’s Union
By Will Weatherly on August 7, 2018
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Matt Brown attacked pension cuts for state employees dating back to Governor Raimondo’s previous role as state treasurer at a town-hall style “Restore Our Pensions” event at the WaterFire Arts Center in Providence on Monday evening. The event came mere hours after WPRI published polling results showing Brown lagging behind in name […]
Posted in Economics, Education, Elections, Featured, Labor, News, Pensions | Tagged Adam Lupino, Allan Fung, Education, Elections, Gina Raimondo, Labor, Mari Beth Calabro, Matt Brown, pensions, Providence Teacher's Union, seth magaziner | 10 Responses
By Steve Rackett on July 10, 2017
Who is best suited to represent the ward? Well, it depends on what people are looking out for in a councilor and each of the candidates can pitch to different areas of interest.
Posted in Elections, Featured, Providence, Rhode Island | Tagged Daniel Chaika, East Side Community Alliance, Facebook, Jeremy Corbyn, Kevin Jackson, Labour Party, Mark Santow, Nirva LaFortune, Providence City Council, Providence Ethics Board, Providence Teacher's Union, RI Future, RI NOW, Steve Ahlquist, twitter | 10 Responses
By Steve Ahlquist on January 20, 2017
The effort to prevent the privatization of public schools will be that much more difficult in the era of Trump.
Posted in Activism, Civil Rights, Education, Featured, Labor, Photos, Providence, Video, Youth | Tagged Achievement First, Alex Lucini, Central High School, Classical High School, FIFTHP, Frank Flynn, Jayleen Salcedo, jorge elorza, Josh Antuna, Marcia Ranglin-Vassell, Maribeth Calabro, Mark Santow, Mike Araujo, providence student union, Providence Teacher's Union, psu, PTU, Rhode Island Department of Education, RI Federation of Teachers and Health Professionals, RI Jobs with Justice, ridot, sam zurier | 1 Response