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  • Walker v. Dayton

    Walker’s agenda sinks Wisconsin economy, while Dayton’s Minnesota rebounds

    Two Midwestern states demonstrate just how much a governor’s economic agenda can help or hurt students and working families.

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    NM governor sets off firestorm with attack on teachers

    “The work of educating a new generation is so much more than ‘just a job,’ and we deserve more respect from our governor. The public should not be deceived”: teacher, NEA-New Mexico President Betty Paterson

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  • Exam

    Once again, WI public schools outperform taxpayer-funded voucher schools

    New test results show public education a better investment compared to voucher, tuition tax credit schemes

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    Clay Aiken running to be a voice for students, educators and North Carolina

    “As a teacher, a former educator myself, I think I have a loud enough mouth to make sure that people are listening,” said Clay Aiken, North Carolina congressional candidate.

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  • immig rally recap

    Fasters & advocates for DREAMers and their families stage DC rally & Congress visits

    Advocates for DREAMer students and their families continue their push to get the U.S. House to schedule a vote on common sense immigration reform.

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  1. Walker’s agenda sinks Wisconsin economy, while Dayton’s Minnesota rebounds
  2. NM governor sets off firestorm with attack on teachers
  3. Once again, WI public schools outperform taxpayer-funded voucher schools
  4. Clay Aiken running to be a voice for students, educators and North Carolina
  5. Fasters & advocates for DREAMers and their families stage DC rally & Congress visits

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State news roundup for April 12, 2014

CT Smart Start early childhoos

Highlighting the proposed 2015 budget in MA, new investments in early childhood education in CT, the Belleville school board in NJ attempting to intimidate educators and community members and a video wrapup of community service grant projects in IL.

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