If they support Betsy DeVos and her agenda, it’s a safe bet they also support vouchers and other policies that would dismantle public education.
The Black Lives Matter flag raising was organized by the Racial Justice Alliance, a student organization at Montpelier, as part of the national Black Lives Matter at School Week.
Largely unmentioned is the man who set in motion the Janus case and its attack on workers: Billionaire Bruce Rauner, the first-term governor of Illinois.
Meet the four candidates running for governor who share the Kochs’ anti-worker philosophy and who want to rig the rules against everyday working people.
Michigan has a clear choice: a candidate who wants to end to the DeVos “pay to play” agenda in the state, and another who supports DeVos’s efforts to divert scarce public school funds for vouchers and charters.
In the deadliest school shooting since Sandy Hook, 17 people were killed and another 16 injured after 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz opened fire with an AR-15 rifle at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
DeVos’s Valentine’s Day BFFs running for governor share her love for dismantling public education.
Members of the Maryland State Education Association have been at the forefront of an effort to educate lawmakers and the public about the unmet costs of education in their state.
California is the first and only state to mandate that students be taught about the contributions of LGBTQ people in social sciences classes.
Gov. Ducey proves quite effective at implementing the DeVos privatization agenda