If you’re a communist, then one of your most important responsibilities is to find and organize other communists. With just an afternoon of study, you can get some of the basic ideas under your belt.
For the last century, academics have been attempting to distort Marx’s ideas. The task of genuine Marxists is to fight all petty-bourgeois distortions and to maintain the traditions of revolutionary Marxism.
Joining the massive wave of labor action on campuses across the country, academic workers at New Jersey’s largest public university went on strike on April 10. Big lessons for the broader labor movement can be […]
48,000 academic workers in the University of California system are on strike for better wages, part of a growing wave of labor militancy in higher education.
The biggest international gathering of Marxists this year is fast approaching! We are proud to announce that over 1,800 people from an incredible 100 countries have now registered.
We are often told that America is the greatest country on earth. The devastating effect of austerity on Scranton’s school district contradicts this lie.
After 14 days on the picket lines, Minneapolis public school teachers ended their first strike in over 50 years. Even more important than the concessions they won were the lessons learned for the struggles of […]
Four years after the “Red for Ed” movement, teachers in Arizona and around the country are again under attack. How can labor mobilize to fight back and win?
A recent report revealed strikingly regressive trends for children worldwide since 2020. The criminal capitalist mismanagement of the pandemic is to blame.
Since 2021, 137 bills have been proposed limiting what schools can teach. What does this say about the capitalists’ confidence in their system? Editorial for issue 31 of Socialist Revolution.
The current push to return to in-person learning is dictated above all by the capitalists’ desire to reopen the economy. Only workers’ control can guarantee a safe reopening!
Despite record-breaking highs of COVID-19 new cases this summer, Donald Trump and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos have pushed hard for schools to reopen in person this fall.