“Our children and their education—as well as state dollars—require protection from fraud and fiscal abuse.”
On National Gun Violence Awareness Day, June 1, Americans across the country will be wearing orange.
New study points to how communities nationwide can assess the cost of implementing new charter schools.
Candidate Bill Schuette claims he supported educators getting their money back, but not before he fought against it in the courts for six years.
Some male elementary students in the Oakland Unified School District used to have a tradition they called “Slap Ass Fridays.” It was so pervasive, according to a 4th-grade girl at one Oakland school, that she and all her friends would stand with their backs against a wall every recess and lunch period in order to … Continued
“What I really oppose is taking money out of the public schools and that is what happened here in order to provide that private tax credit to wealthy people.” JB Pritzker
This week, rural communities began receiving long-awaited funding cut off by Congress in 2016.
Across the nation, educators are gearing up to elect public school champions at every level of government
“I know what it means for a kid to be in an overcrowded classroom with limited supplies and too much testing,” said Chris Giunchigliani, Nevada gubernatorial candidate.
If enacted, proposed cuts to the nation’s largest anti-hunger program will leave vulnerable kids hungry and struggling at school.