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    U.S. Senate candidate Tom Cotton blocked federal loan support he once used

    Rep. Tom Cotton and Sen. Mark Pryor, both from Arkansas, diverge on college affordability.

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    2014 NEA Political Activist of the Year finalist: Kentucky’s Jo McKim

    It’s about advocating for what we need and getting candidates elected and ballot initiatives passed. If we’re not active on these issues, we’re letting our students down.” — Jo McKim

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    ME gubernatorial candidate Mike Michaud: Strong public schools key to prosperous economy

    Michaud vows to eliminate Gov. LePage’s unfair A-F grading system for public schools.

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    Part 2! Worst governors who put rich corporations and CEOs before students and schools

    By popular demand – More governors selling out students and schools.

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    Kansas educators, parents decry cuts and ALEC-inspired policies hurting schools

    Public school advocates step up in the face of increased threats to quality education for Kansas students.

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    FL educators, reeling from Gov. Scott’s destructive policies, support Charlie Crist’s vision for schools

    As Gov. Scott drains public schools, Charlie Crist vows to reverse the trend if elected in November.

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  1. U.S. Senate candidate Tom Cotton blocked federal loan support he once used
  2. 2014 NEA Political Activist of the Year finalist: Kentucky’s Jo McKim
  3. ME gubernatorial candidate Mike Michaud: Strong public schools key to prosperous economy
  4. Part 2! Worst governors who put rich corporations and CEOs before students and schools
  5. Kansas educators, parents decry cuts and ALEC-inspired policies hurting schools
  6. FL educators, reeling from Gov. Scott’s destructive policies, support Charlie Crist’s vision for schools

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