NEA’s 2017 Activist of the Year will be announced at organization’s Representative Assembly in Boston next week.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signs on to common-sense changes to state assessments that recognize students are more than a test score.
The Secure Rural Schools Act, offering millions to struggling rural communities, is close to winning an extension from Congress
Lauren Randolph, Oregon high school counselor: “These kids have the highest mental health needs as do their parents. Cuts would mean they wouldn’t receive the already limited assistance.”
Students who need assistance learning English may have to go without the resources they need when the deep sequester cuts take effect.
by John Rosales, photo above by Adam Bacher It is pushing 8:00 p.m. on a Tuesday and two teachers and a paraeducator from Roberts High School in Salem, Oregon, are wrapping up their second family home visit of the evening. As the sun sets on the carefully coiffed lawn of the Alvarez family, the Roberts’ … Continued
Education Support Professionals hold a conference to learn skills to help engage with their communities and record videos sharing their experiences in their schools.
Adjunct faculty across the country are organizing to protect their rights and their students’ rights to a quality education.
But will Congress act on the school modernization bill?
Meridian, Idaho, was at the center of the labor organizing universe for four days in October.