Take Action › Tell Your Senators: Vote NO on Betsy DeVos for Ed Secretary Click here › By Amanda Litvinov The tide is rising against billionaire anti-public school crusader Betsy DeVos serving as the U.S. Secretary of Education–particularly following her following her awkward-at-best Senate hearing earlier this month. Teachers and education support professionals have taken the lead in voicing … Continued
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More oversight and transparency needed to ensure corporate-style charter schools remain accountable to the students and communities they serve
Students and educators in Nevada, Missouri, and Maryland may face further cuts to already lagging education funding.
A nation’s spending reflects its priorities. So why does only 1% of our federal spending go toward public schools?
Students deserve a strong advocate in charge of the U.S. Department of Education. Instead, they’re getting anti-public school crusader Betsy DeVos.
If federal lawmakers care about the needs of rural families, they should act now to ensure funding for rural schools.
Educator activism combined with voter devotion to local schools was a winning recipe in some communities.
Want to know where Betsy DeVos stands on public education and civil rights? Follow her money.
Voters said YES to better school funding in Maine, California, and Washoe County, Nevada.
Also, he fell short of a state senate seat, but the experience has stoked one educator’s passion to fight for children.