U.S. Attorney General Sessions has a long record of undermining the civil liberties of our nation’s most underrepresented populations, including communities of color, students with disabilities, immigrants and LGBTQ populations.
Educators and parents are fired up and ready to go — locally and at the state and federal levels. Here are some ways to amplify your voice.
Schools in New Mexico, Arizona and Maine are already poorly funded. Now they face further setbacks.
This week NEA educators in Milwaukee, WI and Omaha, NE began to build a line of defense for students –no matter where they live or where they were born.
Despite what they’re called, vouchers rob public schools of the funding students need to thrive.
“We wanted to show educators and students that Black Lives Matter is more than a hashtag—and I think we succeeded in that as well.”
Emboldened educators and parents waged historic opposition effort, pledge to hold DeVos accountable.
“This is not a one and done. I don’t look at this as single training or a one-off rally, but as a beginning point for continuous community engagement that will transform the lives of our students, communities and the world.”
Meet two early career educators determined to take on tough social justice issues affecting their students.
The opposition to DeVos has only grown stronger and more persistent as more people learn she is totally unqualified.