National Labor College
The National Labor College officially closed on April 26, 2014. It was the only regionally accredited higher education institution in the United States devoted exclusively to educating union members a...
Great Labor Arts Exchange
The Great Labor Arts Exchange is an annual arts festival in Silver Spring, Maryland, which celebrates the labor history of the United States as well as preserves, advances and promotes the culture of ...
New York Workers School
The New York Workers School, colloquially known as "Workers School," was an ideological training center of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) established in New York City in October 1923. For more than t...
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Brookwood Labor College
Brookwood Labor College was a labor college located at 109 Cedar Road in Katonah, New York, in the United States. Established in 1921, it was the first residential labor college in the country. The sc...
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Work People's College
Work People's College ( Työväen Opisto) was a radical labor college established in a largely rural area just outside Duluth, Minnesota in 1907 by the Finnish Socialist Federation of the Socialist Part...
Rand School of Social Science
The Rand School of Social Science was formed in New York City by adherents of the Socialist Party of America in 1906. The school aimed to provide a broad education to workers, imparting a politicizin...
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Highlander Research and Education Center
The Highlander Research and Education Center, formerly known as the Highlander Folk School, is a social justice leadership training school and cultural center located in New Market, Tennessee. Founded...
Southern Appalachian Labor School
The Southern Appalachian Labor School, or SALS (pronounced like the possessive form of Sal) as it is abbreviated, is a non-profit organization that serves Fayette County, West Virginia. It was founde...
Central Labour College
The Central Labour College was a British higher education institution supported by trade unions. It functioned from 1909 to 1929.The college was formed as a result of the Ruskin College strike of 1909...
Jefferson School of Social Science
The Jefferson School of Social Science was an adult education institution of the Communist Party USA located in New York City. The so-called "Jeff School" was launched in 1944 as a successor to the pa...
Scottish Labour College
The Scottish Labour College was founded in 1916, by John Maclean among others. It was modelled on the Central Labour College in London. It ran evening classes in Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh ...
Commonwealth College (Arkansas)
Commonwealth College was started in 1923 to recruit and train people to take the lead in socio-economic reform and prepare them for unconventional roles in a new and different society. Although in the...