Denver Teachers Strike for Higher Pay in #RedForEd Campaign

The National Education Association (NEA), the nation’s largest teachers’ union, is led by Lily Eskelsen Garcia and is calling for support for the striking teachers, using the hashtag #RedForEd, a radical socialist movement that Marxist teacher Noah Karvelis launched in Arizona.

Denver Public Schools teachers and members of the community picket outside South High School on February 11, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. Denver teachers are striking for the first time in 25 years after the school district and the union representing the educators failed to reach an agreement after 14 months …

Radical #RedForEd Movement Rallies Virginia Teachers’ Higher Pay Demand

“The rally is the latest Red for Ed action in a series of events ranging from the teacher walkouts in West Virginia, Arizona, and Oklahoma, to the recently concluded L.A. teachers strike,” said the National Education Association (NEA) – the nation’s largest teachers’ union – in its media outlet, NEA Today.

#RedForEd rally in Richmond, Virginia

Los Angeles Teachers’ Strike Fueled by Radical #RedForEd ‘Propaganda’ Movement

However, Rebecca Friedrichs, who spearheaded a national movement to wrest control of public schools from teachers’ unions, writes at the Orange County Register that the #RedForEd walkouts – which played prominently last year in the Arizona teachers’ strike, as well as others – are “deceptively promoted as a ‘grassroots movement’ led by teachers.”

A school bus arrives with students as teachers and their supporters picket outside John Marshall High School in Los Angeles, California on the first day of the teachers' strike, on January 14, 2019. - Teachers of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), the second largest public school district in …

Arizona Elementary Teacher Leading Strike: ‘Teaching Is Political’

“Teaching is political and silence is complicity,” he posted to his Twitter account in December 2017. “Things more educators should discuss (especially if they work with young (white) men in the classroom in 2018: gender, feminism, and #MeToo, race, gun violence.”

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