Report adds one more voice to the growing chorus calling for real charter school accountability.
Tag: Gov. Tom Corbett
This week we discuss a teacher evaluation study in Connecticut, national recognition for a special needs educator in Wisconsin, pension lawsuit in Illinois and Gov. Corbett’s education cuts in Pennsylvania.
No one feels the pain of education cuts more than parents and grandparents, as the kids and communities they love suffer the consequences.
Corporations push “right-to-work” in the states despite citizen protests.
by Mary Ellen Flannery After 22 months of fruitless negotiations with college administrators who would prefer to spend taxpayer dollars on hefty executive raises, the California Faculty Association (CFA) slammed down its foot last week. In a series of strike votes that took place on every California State University (CSU) campus, an incredible 95 percent … Continued
Connecticut – Roundup of CEA rally coverage The Connecticut Education Association is featuring a great wrapup of media coverage of their recent rallies. You can watch video from WTNH below, and check out more great clips at BlogCEA.org. Check out all the clips at BlogCEA.org. Colorado – Colorado Education Association elects new president The Colorado Education Association on … Continued
Pennsylvania’s poorest districts try to cope with $860 million in funding cuts advanced by Governor Tom Corbett.
This week we discuss a new teacher evaluation deal in New York, education reform and teacher accountability in Wisconsin, tenure issues in Connecticut and school funding cuts in Pennsylvania.
This week we talk about education funding in Pennsylvania, a bill attacking ESP rights in Idaho, OEA’s response to Gov Kasich’s “state of the state” and feature Florida’s weekly legislative updates video, “Frontline”.
This Saturday morning at 9:15 a.m., Sara Ferguson, an educator from Chester Upland and NEA member, will be appearing on CNN.