Recognizing that even adults can feel overwhelmed, educators advise that the best paths to create a positive school climate are at the individual school level.
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Recent Executive Orders and ICE raids have caused fear and confusion in immigrant communities. Here’s how you can make a difference for your students.
According to the most recent federal data, Black girls’ 12% suspension rate is much higher than girls of any other race and most boys, and research shows that dark girls are disciplined more harshly than those with lighter skin.
Educators invite lawmakers to participate in roundtable discussions to plot better assessments and futures for students.
When Kai Burley returned to Waianae, the West Coast of Oahu, Hawaii, from the U.S. mainland, she wanted to become a teacher. “Here is where my heart is—here is where I wanted to teach.”
An educator’s tips for activism that really work.
by Félix Pérez UPDATE: This afternoon (Thursday, 2/16) Iowa’s Republican Senate and House majority sided with the deep-pocketed Koch brothers and ALEC, voting to pass a bill that strips educators, nurses, firefighters and other public service workers of their right to negotiate collectively for better learning environments for students, better working conditions and the ability … Continued
The governors of Virginia, Washington, Pennsylvania, and Minnesota have all taken a stand for their state’s public schools.
Educators and parents are fired up and ready to go — locally and at the state and federal levels. Here are some ways to amplify your voice.
Schools in New Mexico, Arizona and Maine are already poorly funded. Now they face further setbacks.