Sign the petition and pledge to stand up for students and against ALEC’s corporate-backed education reforms.
Thousands of concerned educators came together to protest the legislative attacks on public education in North Carolina.
ALEC v. Kids provides more evidence that the American Legislative Exchange Council is selling students’ futures for profit.
This week we talk about Massachusetts higher education members testifying in support of increased numbers of full-time faculty, school grading in Florida, community outreach work in New York and feature an anti-ALEC rally in Illinois.
Walker budget tracks ALEC proposals: Expand vouchers, create teacher licenses for individuals with no education background, and limit local school board oversight of charter schools.
The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has been hard at work for decades. Its members are organized, well-funded and connected–too bad they aren’t using their powers to do what’s right for students and schools.
Ohio and Maine legislators agree with educators and other workers that right to work enriches corporate special interests at the expense of working families.
Take a peek behind the curtain to see who’s behind governors’ attacks on collective bargaining. by Amanda Litvinov Efforts to curb the rights of workers are nothing new, but the antics went from sideshow to center stage in 2010 when deep-pocketed patrons helped radical conservative candidates, like Governors Rick Snyder, R-Mich., Scott Walker, R-Wisc., and … Continued
Fourteen states considering legislation or proposals that would open public school door to out-of-state, for-profit corporations.
The anti-worker legislation is similar to a wave of “payroll deduction” bills in various stages in at least 12 state legislatures.