In the wake of walk-outs and rallies, both massive and modest, across the nation in recent weeks, public education activists are making a point of continuing the conversation about the tragic lack of investment in our public schools during National Teacher Appreciation Week. It’s nowhere more evident than on social media, where educators and fellow … Continued
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To support strong public schools, education voters should seek candidates who will grow state revenue, increase tax fairness, and invest in public education.
Gubernatorial candidates in Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Arizona have solid plans for improving tax fairness in order to invest in public schools.
Parents, businesses, and communities join educators for huge “walk-in” in support of 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.
PA Gov.Tom Wolf forged a bipartisan path to reverse $1 billlion in cuts made by the previous administration. Today, he proposed additional investments in public schools.
Frustrated by years of underfunding and a crisis-level teacher shortage, educators and parents are putting pressure on lawmakers to provide appropriate support for public schools.
At the beginning of a new year, people lay out a game plan for the future and our elected leaders do too.
The tax bill passed by Senate Republicans in the wee hours of the morning embodies the the misguided priorities of GOP leaders in Washington.
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.