The Labor Fight at the New School Heralds Battles Still to Come

Telling it like it is in the windows and on placards and street boxes. Jackson Todd

On Saturday, December 10, the administration at the New School and the part-time faculty union, ACT-UAW Local 7902, released a joint statement announcing that they had come to a tentative agreement, leading to the end of a 25-day strike by the adjunct workers, the longest such work stoppage in U.S. history. It was an undeniable victory for the part-time faculty, which had been supported by a student-led occupation of the university’s main building, 1,500 angry parents threatening a class-action lawsuit seeking a tuition refund, hundreds

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