2012 offered us a shameful abundance of politicians, lawmakers and others who said outrageous things.
Tag: Mitt Romney
For educator Jean Fay, juggling jobs and home life to volunteer for pro-public education candidates is all part of the fight for students’ futures.
Neck-and-neck races and ballot measures drive educators all across America to get involved and get out every vote up and down the ballot
“As a middle school teacher in Massachusetts while he was governor and now president of the Massachusetts Teachers Association, I can assure you that we never felt Romney’s ‘love.'”
Halloween can be downright scary, but the thought of a Romney White House takes “frightening” to a whole new level.
New nonpartisan study: Romney/Ryan Medicaid proposal would create major gap in health care coverage, with no alternative in place
High school math teacher and NEA President Dennis Van Roekel recently visited MSNBC, The Alan Colmes Show and The Jeff Santos Show to share his reactions to Mitt Romney’s “I love teachers!” comment and talk about education in Election 2012.
Students take offense to Romney’s advice to get “as much education as they can afford” and “borrow money from your parents”
Educators from across America question Romney’s commitment to public education, and support President Obama’s vision.
President Obama takes Romney to task for his repeated claims that class size doesn’t matter