New report says cites problem with relationship between charters and the organizations that management them.
$70 million federal grant shines spotlight on need for more oversight, accountability for Florida charters
A proposal in the U.S. House would roll back the community eligibility provision of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, increasing food insecurity for some low-income students.
Vanessa Skipper shows students the power of their vote by leading rally to end over-testing in public schools.
A complaint filed by the Florida Education Association shines a spotlight on the discriminatory underpinnings of the state’s deeply flawed new bonus program.
Educators are in the best position to advocate for the things students need to succeed. That’s why we need more educators in office.
Another unproven idea of no benefit to students is signed into law in Florida.
Florida students still stuck in testing morass after state investigation fails to address the crisis.
For Florida educator Luke Flynt, our civic responsibility and our commitment to students continues well past the election season.
“If more educators don’t engage politically, eventually our profession will be run by people who don’t have the students’ best interest in mind.”