April 12, 2015
School choice scarcity ranks last among voters – well behind parental involvement, overtesting, funding cuts, recruiting first-rate teachers, and poverty’s effect on student learning.
April 11, 2015
This week we talk about the Senate takeover of k-12 healthcare in Washington, kindergarten assessment in Massachusetts, the failing school funding system in Wisconsin and the importance of educator advocacy in Connecticut.
April 10, 2015
“As the son of a tenant farmer, I know that education is only valid in its passport from poverty, the only valid passport.” – President Lyndon Johnson on the passage of ESEA
April 9, 2015
“They (elected officials) listened to teachers. They took to heart the things that teachers were telling them that were coming directly from the classroom.”
April 7, 2015
The Social Security Fairness Act of 2015 would repeal harmful laws that cut retirement benefits for some educators.