Radical Teacher

Radical Teacher Radical Teacher, founded in 1975, is a socialist, feminist, and anti-racist journal dedicated to the theory and practice of teaching.

Radical Teacher, founded in 1975, is a socialist, feminist, and anti-racist journal dedicated to the theory and practice of teaching. It serves the community of educators who are working for democratic process, peace, and justice. The magazine examines the root causes of inequality and promotes progressive social change. Radical Teacher publishes articles on classroom practices and curriculum, as well as on educational issues related to gender and sexuality, disability, culture, globalization, privatization, race, class, and other similar topics. We welcome inquiries and ideas for articles, issues, or conferences from people actively engaged in progressive education. Radical Teacher is a peer-reviewed journal and is published by the University of Pittsburgh on behalf of the Center for Critical Education a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: NEW STUDENT MOVEMENTSRadical Teacher invites submissions about new student movements, how progress...
05/30/2019
Call for Papers: New Student Movements: Teaching Toward, About, and From Within

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: NEW STUDENT MOVEMENTS
Radical Teacher invites submissions about new student movements, how progressive educators are teaching about them or toward them; and how educators and students are operating within them. Due Aug. 1, 2019:

For most progressive educators and for many students, these are dark and disturbing times, chock full of undemocratic policies, reactionary developments, and abuses of power. Teachers and students in schools and campuses across the U.S have seen increases in bigotry and racism, gun violence, student...

05/23/2019
Professional Staff Congress/CUNY

Professional Staff Congress/CUNY

PSC First Vice President Andrea Vásquez and Queensborough Community College Delegate Wally Rosenthal performed a rendition of “A Union Made for CUNY” for the PSC Delegate Assembly in February 2019. It’s based on “Union Maid” by Woody Guthrie (composition adapted from Robert Schumann and Kerry Mills, 1940). Here, to help get you through these last days of the semester, is video of a performance recorded in March.

A radical educational resource that needs your support:
05/15/2019
Save Weeksville & Save Brooklyn's Black History

A radical educational resource that needs your support:

Weeksville Heritage Center needs you, and we need you now. What We Do We are a unique historic house museum located in Crown Heights and our work preserves the history of one of the largest free black communities in pre-Civil War America. For 50 years, we ...

'Privatization is going to kill this city': How progressives are fighting the plot to gut public education
04/30/2019
'Privatization is going to kill this city': How progressives are fighting the plot to gut public education

'Privatization is going to kill this city': How progressives are fighting the plot to gut public education

When President Trump appointed Betsy DeVos to be U.S. Secretary of Education and made charter schools, vouchers, and other forms of “school choice” practically the sole emphasis for his K-12 education policy—other than slashing funding and programs for public schools—he brought national atte...

04/28/2019
North Carolina educators plan second march on Raleigh for better pay, education funding | The Progressive Pulse

North Carolina educators plan second march on Raleigh for better pay, education funding | The Progressive Pulse

Remember the big teacher march and rally last May that brought more than 19,000 educators to downtown Raleigh to demand better pay and increased funding for public schools? Round 2 is planned for May 1. “We think it’s going to be bigger than last year,” said Mark Jewell, president of the N.C. ...

Youths around the world are rising to the climate challenge.
04/22/2019
The Climate Kids Are All Right

Youths around the world are rising to the climate challenge.

Youths around the world are rising to the climate challenge — and they don't care what the trolls have to say about it.

The true crime in higher education: how we’ve abandoned public universities like CUNY
04/02/2019
The true crime in higher education: how we’ve abandoned public universities like CUNY

The true crime in higher education: how we’ve abandoned public universities like CUNY

The same week the news about the college admissions scandal broke, the ceiling fell in during a colleague’s class. While thankfully no one got hurt, the room has been closed. The pipes are so compromised there’s no guarantee it won’t happen again.

Don’t forget - the deadline to submit or inquire about our upcoming issue on Anti-oppressive Composition Pedagogies is...
03/17/2019
Call for Papers: Anti-Oppressive Composition Pedagogies

Don’t forget - the deadline to submit or inquire about our upcoming issue on Anti-oppressive Composition Pedagogies is coming up on April 1st! For more details click below:

“At its best, teaching is definitely a community accountable intellectual project. It is also a community-building project and a community-transforming project. But that depends on whether or not we do what it takes to create a context within which folks (including ourselves as teachers) can actua...

Radical Teacher's cover photo
02/25/2019

Radical Teacher's cover photo

The latest issue of Radical Teacher, Teaching Notes Greatest Hits, is now available for free download! This issue, edite...
02/25/2019
Vol 113 (2019)

The latest issue of Radical Teacher, Teaching Notes Greatest Hits, is now available for free download! This issue, edited by Bob Rosen, brings together nearly 50 teaching notes from the journal's diverse collection of essays, reviews and commentary on critical pedagogy, education and activism. To download articles visit: https://radicalteacher.library.pitt.edu/ojs/index.php/radicalteacher/issue/view/18/showToc

This journal is published by the University Library System, University of Pittsburgh as part of its D-Scribe Digital Publishing Program and is cosponsored by the University of Pittsburgh Press. ISSN 1941-0832 (online)

Sharing a resource from Teach Palestine that was circulated on the Radical Teacher editorial board. Many of the articles...
02/20/2019
Teach Palestine |

Sharing a resource from Teach Palestine that was circulated on the Radical Teacher editorial board. Many of the articles are reprints from our friends at Rethinking Schools.

Jody Sokolower Coordinator, Teach Palestine Project Middle East Children’s Alliance 1101 8th Street, Berkeley, CA 94710

Radical Teacher is now accepting submissions for our latest issue: Anti-Oppressive Composition Pedagogies: Teaching Writ...
02/19/2019
Call for Papers: Anti-Oppressive Composition Pedagogies

Radical Teacher is now accepting submissions for our latest issue: Anti-Oppressive Composition Pedagogies: Teaching Writing with Urgency towardRefusal, Justice, and Transformation. Papers are due by: April 1st, 2019. Help us spread the word!

“At its best, teaching is definitely a community accountable intellectual project. It is also a community-building project and a community-transforming project. But that depends on whether or not we do what it takes to create a context within which folks (including ourselves as teachers) can actua...

Black Lives Matter rally to focus on racial inequity in schools - Brooklyn Daily Eagle
02/10/2019
Black Lives Matter rally to focus on racial inequity in schools - Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Black Lives Matter rally to focus on racial inequity in schools - Brooklyn Daily Eagle

A movement to teach New York City school children the full scope of black history in America will take a giant step forward at an after-school rally at the Department of Education’s headquarters at the Tweed Building in lower Manhattan on Thursday. Students, teachers and parents from dozens of Bro...

In offshoot of Black Lives Matter movement, students push for changes in New York City schools
02/09/2019
In offshoot of Black Lives Matter movement, students push for changes in New York City schools

In offshoot of Black Lives Matter movement, students push for changes in New York City schools

More diverse school staff members, updated curriculum, more counselors, and changes to how school discipline issues are handled. Those are the four issues that students across the city are calling attention to during Black Lives Matter at School, an annual week-long series of workshops, rallies, and...

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