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School for Workers

Who We Are

Started in 1925 as one of the first operational components of the Wisconsin Idea, the School for Workers is the original university-based labor education program in the United States. Our faculty and staff are experts in their labor-related fields, and have long brought teaching, research, and service throughout Wisconsin, the nation and the world.

Questions?

Angela Kron, Marketing, Outreach and Recruitment Specialist
608-262-4496
angela.kron@wisc.edu
schoolforworkers.wisc.edu

What We Do

School for Workers is committed to a just and equitable society rooted in economic democracy, in which all workers have a meaningful impact in their workplaces and communities. Through teaching, research, and service, the school continues as a catalyst of labor rights through advancing the empowerment of working people, labor organizations, and community partners.

Our team

Michael Childers

Position title: Professor and Director

Armando Ibarra

Position title: Associate Professor

Angela Kron

Position title: Marketing & Outreach Specialist

Alexia Kulwiec

Position title: Associate Professor

Elizabeth Nunez

Position title: Program & Office Manager

Donald Taylor

Position title: Professor