Glenn Sacks

Glenn Sacks teaches social studies at James Monroe High School in the Los Angeles Unified School District. He was recently recognized by LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner for “exceptional levels of performance.”

Is Antisemitism ‘Rampant’ at Harvard? The Closer You Look, the Less You See

As We Enter a New Cold War, Let’s Correct Widespread Misconceptions about the Old One (Part I)

Two Years after Afghan Fiasco, There’s a Key Question We Still Aren’t Asking

In Defense of the LA Education Workers’ Strike

30 Years Ago, the Soviet Union Collapsed, But Socialism Was Worth Saving

What Our Schools Actually Distort

Conservative Education Critics Need Not Worry: Our School Curriculum & Textbooks Pose No Threat to the Status Quo

LA Teachers’ Strike: Friedrichs, the Union-Busters’ Warhorse

L.A. Teachers Strike Dispatch #9: What We Won

Teachers Strike Dispatch #8: New Independent Study Confirms LAUSD Has the Money to Meet UTLA’s Demands

LA Teachers’ Strike: Student Voices of the Los Angeles Education Revolt  

LA Teachers Strike: Black Smoke Pouring Out of LAUSD Headquarters

LA Teachers’ Strike: When Just One Man Says, “No”

On the Picket Lines: Los Angeles Teachers Go On Strike for First Time in 30 Years

LA Teachers’ Strike: “The Country Is Watching”

Obama’s Education Secretary Arne Duncan Slams LA Teachers for Strike 

LA Teachers’ Strike: Dispatch #1

A Teacher Explains Why the Janus Ruling is Bad News for Schools, Students

Why Sanders is Right About Cuba