Baltimore Teachers Union

Baltimore’s New Teachers Union President Says Schools are in a “State of Emergency”

September 25, 2019

“There has been a culture of fear and retaliation created in the Baltimore City Schools,” says the new president of the Baltimore Teaches Union in episode 10 of  Real Talk Tho

New Teachers Union President: To Uplift Baltimore, Uplift Youth

‘We believe that organizing is a key tool in obtaining justice for our students.’

July 24, 2019

In an exclusive interview, new Baltimore Teachers Union Diamonté Brown talks with TRNN’s Jaisal Noor about her stunning victory, her plan to bridge divides within the union, and the many challenges facing Baltimore’s schools

Victorious Grassroots Caucus Faces Challenge From Longtime Incumbent in Teachers Union Election

Victorious Grassroots Caucus Faces Challenge From Longtime Incumbent in Teachers Union Election

May 30, 2019

In Baltimore, longtime teachers union incumbents have demanded a re-election after a grassroots slate’s surprise victory. Now the American Federation of Teachers may decide the outcome.

Teachers Say Union Election Is Undemocratic

Social Justice Activist Named Winner in Contentious Union Election

May 15, 2019

Baltimore educators complained of a ballot that heavily favors incumbent candidates, inconvenient voting hours, and long voting lines.

Students and Teachers Defend Education

February 6, 2014
Marc Steiner hosts a debate between the President of the Baltimore Teachers Union Marietta English and dissident teacher Iris Kirsh on the merits of the new Baltimore teachers union contract, being voted on Thursday by union members