This is where you can find zines created by individuals involved with Angry Education Workers, along with collective works attributed to the entire community.

Proletarians or Professionals? A History from Below of Teacher Unionism in the United States

This piece began as a research paper created for a class that proletarian pedagogue took while working on his teacher certification in 2020. At first, it was meant to be a cut and dry, chronological history of the movement. But after digging into more of the history of teacher unionism, he began to ask more substantive questions about the class position of teachers. By the time it was finished, it was just as much an examination of how teachers are proletarianized as it was a history of trade unions. It basically marks the genesis of this whole Angry Education Workers project.

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The Industrialization of Education: A Taxonomy of Class Power

This is a worker's inquiry on the history of the education industry. It traces how the development of capitalism has caused education to increasingly embody a factory model of production. The author is currently working on a second edition of this text that will broaden its scope and depth, get in touch if you'd like to view its development or collaborate!