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School for Workers is a proud member of the United Association for Labor Education and a recognized National Labor Council Legacy Institute. As a Legacy Institute, the NLC Board of Trustees recommends School for Workers as a high-quality labor educator.

Latest news

  • Guest lecture with Toni Gilpin

    University of Wisconsin-Madison School for Workers is proud to join the Havens Wright Center for Social Justice in hosting Toni Gilpin – labor historian, author and activist. Toni will be holding two lectures on the …

  • Updated Legal Rights for Workers during COVID-19 booklet

    School for Workers has updated the Legal Rights for Workers during COVID-19 booklet to reflect the ongoing changes. The school is continually working to analyze and summarize legal developments during the COVID-19 crises. It is …

  • Dr. Ibarra to speak at premiere of Forward the Together Forum Vodcast Series

    In the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s commitment to community service, Africasong Communications announces The Forward Together Forum (TFTF) Vodcast Series. The series will feature presentations and open discussions led by national and …

  • Healthy Workers, Thriving Wisconsin Webinar

    The UW Population Health Institute and UW School for Workers invite you to their co-hosted upcoming webinar, Healthy Workers, Thriving Wisconsin. The webinar will be on February 15 at 12 CT and you can register here. This webinar will discuss …

  • Associate Professor Ibarra op-ed in The Progressive

    “The term ‘Latino’ often obscures rather than clarifies the politics of specific ethnic or racial communities with growing class divisions.” Associate Professor Armando Ibarra examines this overlooked element in the op-ed ‘Latinos’ and the Election. …

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