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    Education leaders choose NJ special ed teacher as political activist of the year

    “If we want the profession we love to survive, if we want to stand with our students, every educator has to find some time to be involved.”

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    What do you want Presidential hopefuls to know about public education?

    Educators nationwide tell presidential hopefuls what matters most when it comes to public education.

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    Take action now: Help the U.S. Senate get ESEA right for students!

    U.S. Senate prepares new legislation regarding ESEA, or No Child Left Behind, after July 4th recess.

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    GPO-WEP fix, the Social Security Fairness Act, fights unfair offsets that slash retirement benefits

    Newly introduced bill will help public servants such as teachers, firefighters and police officers retain the retirement benefits they earned through a lifetime of public service.

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    New Oregon law recognizes students and parents are key in developing better assessments

    Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signs on to common-sense changes to state assessments that recognize students are more than a test score.

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  1. Education leaders choose NJ special ed teacher as political activist of the year
  2. What do you want Presidential hopefuls to know about public education?
  3. Take action now: Help the U.S. Senate get ESEA right for students!
  4. GPO-WEP fix, the Social Security Fairness Act, fights unfair offsets that slash retirement benefits
  5. New Oregon law recognizes students and parents are key in developing better assessments

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