It’s been more than two weeks since Betsy DeVos’ widely panned appearance before the U.S. House, and based on her testimony before a U.S. Senate committee this week, she hasn’t learned from her mistakes.
During Cal State Los Angeles’ commencement, students and faculty protest to honor immigration activist Claudia Rueda, who was not there.
In order to use the boy’s bathroom in his high school—the bathroom which conforms with his gender identity—Ash Whitaker had to take the Kenosha Unified School District to court.
DeVos goes before a U.S. Senate committee to tout her destructive plan for students and public education.
“It doesn’t matter what party you belong to. You still want clean drinking water. You still want great public schools,” said the elementary school reading teacher.
There is broad bipartisan support in Congress to expand CTE programs. But the Trump administration’s proposed funding cuts threaten any real progress.
An estimated 5 million children ages 6 to 19 will lose their Medicaid eligibility with the cuts imposed by the American Health Care Act, or Trumpcare.
More than a thousand activists rallied at the Texas State Capitol to deliver a powerful message to the Texas State Legislature and Governor—SB4 is a racist law and we will not stop fighting until it is overturned.
Soon after the San Diego School Board launched a new initiative to make its schools safer and more welcoming for Muslim students, their program came under attack by right-wing extremist media.
Private school vouchers, a failed policy educators know doesn’t work, turn up as cornerstone of Trump-DeVos education budget