“Our fight for a sanctuary district is about children not being afraid to come to school as I.C.E. deportation squads roam our community, spreading fear.”
Tag: Milwaukee Teachers Education Association
Make no mistake about it, educators, parents and community activists in Milwaukee are fighting for the very survival of our public school system.
Parents, students, educators and community leaders from more than 800 schools in more than 30 cities will stage the nation’s first-ever “school walk in” tomorrow.
This week we talk about a rally for public education in WI, educators striking for class size in WA, CEA President supports excise tax repeal in CT and a majority of Pennsylvanians support the governor’s historic education budget increases.
Educators and parents decry rampant segregation in Milwaukee schools 60 years after Brown v. Board decision.
Nationwide events plan to draw attention to the work that needs to be done 60 years after Brown v Board of Education
After hearing from more than 50 public-school supporters during more than two hours of testimony, a Milwaukee School Board committee decided to drop privately run charter schools from the list of options for school improvement in Milwaukee.
In Milwaukee, only 11 percent of voucher students passed the state’s reading test last year, and 13 percent passed math.
Since Gov. Walker’s time in office, the Wisconsin Education Association Council (WEAC), labor groups, and other statewide organizations have been navigating Wisconsin’s new political and social terrain.