Of the twenty major work stoppages in 2018, education strikes overwhelmingly dominated - with the total number of work days lost sitting at 1.5 million for the industry. This surge of educators rallying together around their unions doesn’t appear to be dying down anytime soon; and in many ways, sets the stage for continued growth in other unions in the education sector. Namely, at charter schools and among graduate students and faculty on college campuses. Specifically, over the past month, two Harvard Unions are attempting another merger and grad students at CU Boulder are rallying.