Online Resources for Teaching About Class

The Center for Working-Class Studies website offers links to an extensive list of resources. It also has a section on teaching that includes a collection of sample syllabi and a bibliography divided into 30 subtopics, including a large section on education.

General Teaching Resources on Class and Working

Who Rules America, Domhoff

Workplace Professor Bog (A Member of the Law Professor Bogs Networks)

Bottom Dog Press, Working Lives Series: Some Working Class films

The Urban Institute

International Labor Organization

Center for Law and Social Policy

Class Action

Sites on Working Women

9 to 5, National Association of Working Women


Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women

U.S Department of Labor Women’s Bureau

Institute for Women’s Policy Research

National Women’s Studies Association

NACW National Association of Commissions of Women

UMass Lowell Center for Women & Work

Women Employed

Feminist Majority Foundation

National Committee on Pay & Equity

Sites on Working Families

Families and Work Institute

Labor Project for Working Families

Sites on Living Wage Campaigns

Guild Law Center for Economics and Social Justice

Harvard Living Wage Campaign

Sites on Immigrant Labor Organizing

AFL-CIO Immigration division

Labor Immigrant Organizing Network


United Farm Workers of America

Border Agricultural Workers Project

Sites on Working-Class Centers

National employment Law project (NELP)

Center for the Study of Urban Poverty

Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change

Institute for Research on Poverty

Journals about Teaching

Journal of transformative education

Journal of Education for teaching

Radical pedagogy

Pedagogy : critical approaches to teaching literature, language, culture, and composition