The tax bill passed by Senate Republicans in the wee hours of the morning embodies the the misguided priorities of GOP leaders in Washington.
Tag: Education Funding
Brett Parker says his governor’s failed economic “experiment”—which bears striking resemblance to the GOP tax plan in Congress—came at great cost to students and educators in Kansas.
Possible draconian cuts to public education could lead to ballooning class sizes.
Educators are leading a push to restore critical federal funding for rural schools and communities.
The August congressional recess ends soon. Don’t miss your opportunity to speak up for students.
Education Votes asked you, America’s educators, what you would tell Betsy DeVos about your students and your schools. You had a lot to say.
Thanks to deep cuts to higher education, Illinois institutions have lost students, programs, and thousands of faculty and staff.
Policy wins across the country mean better conditions for students and educators.
These four facts can help you make conversations about school funding more honest and fruitful.
Take Action › Don’t miss out on the kind of education, legislative and political news you can only get with EdVotes. Click here › By Amanda Litvinov After reading Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, you’ve brushed up on four essential facts about school funding. Now, what can you do with this knowledge? … Continued