Murray uses educator stories to outline for senate colleagues why vouchers are bad for students and public education.
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Congress must act swiftly, and work together with the same bipartisanship that got us this far, to craft a final bill.
“Every student in America will be better off under this legislation than the generation of students wronged by ‘No Child Left Untested’ “: Utah teacher & NEA President Eskelsen Garcia.
This Valentine’s Day, EdVotes pays tribute to those leaders making good decisions for students and public schools. And we call out those who aren’t.
Elected officials at the local, state and federal levels determine what educators are expected to accomplish in the classroom and the resources they’ll have to pull it off. This November, most of those offices are up for election.
Take a look at the senators supporting Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s commonsense bill that would allow those with student loan debt to refinance.
Working women with families—like many of the food service workers in schools—would be especially helped by minimum wage increase
Florida education support professional and Ohio teacher ask lawmakers to remember families and communities like theirs.
Sen. Patty Murray – “As a former preschool teacher, I know the difference it can make in a child’s life. Preschool offers young learners the building blocks they need to go to kindergarten, ready to tackle the curriculum.”
This week, the U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee passed a bipartisan bill to provide long-awaited and timely updates to the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), the first updates in 15 years.