A Non-Traditional Union Victory

Home-based early childhood educators have won a victory in their struggle for collective bargaining rights- the MA House has passed a bill that would grant them the right to “negotiate their payment rates from the state if they choose to join a union,” according to the State House News Service.

This is good news for Adult Basic Education, because the most promising model for organizing ourselves right now would be a similar non-traditional union model, the same model that the MECEU* is following.

Read more about the early childhood education victory here.

Do you want to see change in ABE? Do you want to do something to improve our working conditions?

 

*The bill just passed was NOT the MECEU bill, but is similar to it (it applies to home-based daycares whereas MECEU is fighting to unionize center-based daycares).

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