Big wins in Virginia, New Jersey, and Washington demonstrate how educators’ support makes the difference.
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Public education advocates must vote all the way down the ballot to ensure there are leaders at every level of government fighting for public schools.
Even as HBCUs educate more than 70 percent of Black doctors and 50 percent of Black engineers, advocates still find themselves defending their missions.
Teacher-in-training Catie Kruger says Virginia educators can help other voters better understand what’s at stake for public education in Tuesday’s election.
Should Americans continue to honor in our public places people who fought to perpetuate human slavery? That’s the question bedeviling communities from Columbia, S.C. to Charlottesville, VA.
When it comes to education, there is a clear difference between the candidates in Virginia’s race for governor.
October is Bully Free month. As it comes to a close, here are five ways to help ensure a positive school climate and reduce incidents of bullying, bias and harassment all year long. 1. Take the pledge: Safe learning environments for every student Schools should be havens. But too many of our students are … Continued
Educators share how the students they work with will be affected as funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program dries up.
All education activists should understand the impact that private school voucher schemes have on students and our public schools.
“We introduced restorative practices and it’s not only transformed our school climate, it’s transforming students’ and educators’ lives”