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Gretchen Whitmer, the daughter and granddaughter of educators, wants to take Michigan out from underneath the shadow cast by Betsy Devos’s failed education experiment.
Educators are proud of making history, but they are continuing their fight because “legislators aren’t getting the job done.”
Legislation negatively impacts, 10 million students, drains critical dollars away from public schools near federal properties
With incidents of discrimination and harassment based upon race, religion and national origin on the rise in schools across the country, more and more educators say they consider their roles in combating hate and intolerance to be as difficult — and as important — as ever.
“We have come up in the age of the murders of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Freddie Gray and many other youth of color. Calls for an end to gun violence, which low income communities of color have been making for years, must include a demand for an end to police violence.”
#RedforEd movement rallies at Arizona Capitol to get lawmakers to address student-centered concerns.
In the time since the Columbine Massacre, 19 years ago today, 187,000 students have been exposed to gun violence at their school during the school day.
“Sexual orientation and gender diversity provide the world with a variety that is special and should be acknowledged.”
Former educator Chris Giunchigliani places education funding as a central campaign issue, while her opponent, Adam Laxalt, wants to cut funding and expand vouchers.