In the wake of walk-outs and rallies, both massive and modest, across the nation in recent weeks, public education activists are making a point of continuing the conversation about the tragic lack of investment in our public schools during National Teacher Appreciation Week. It’s nowhere more evident than on social media, where educators and fellow … Continued
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#RedforEd movement rallies at Arizona Capitol to get lawmakers to address student-centered concerns.
“Sexual orientation and gender diversity provide the world with a variety that is special and should be acknowledged.”
A California science teacher explains how efforts by Trump officials to delink global warming and human activity sets back science education.
“As a teacher but also a public school parent, I’m committed to doing what’s right for kids, families, teachers, support staff, and our public schools.” —Arizona Gov. Candidate David Garcia
Gov. Wolf’s plan to invest $60 million in CTE ensures career pathways for students, and skilled workers for critical industries.
After a long controversy, Idaho science teachers will now be able to fully educate their students about human-caused climate change.
Activists helped restore federal funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program. But the need to advocate for student health is far from over.
Since Trump rescinded DACA, more than 13,000 students and young Americans have been put at risk of deportation. Another 100 lose their protected status every day.
At the beginning of a new year, people lay out a game plan for the future and our elected leaders do too.