Donald Trump supports vouchers. Hillary Clinton opposes them. That should matter to educators and parents.
Issue Educator Voices
$70 million federal grant shines spotlight on need for more oversight, accountability for Florida charters
Despite the corrosive rhetoric, we must use the lessons from this year’s presidential campaign to encourage students to be part of a positive change.
Educators, parents believe religion, faith is a personal matter that should be taught at home
Educators and superintendent to determine best ways to provide more time for authentic learning.
Voters will watch debate looking to see more than where the candidates stand on the issues.
At a moment when educators, community members, and lawmakers are examining the intersection of racial justice and discipline in our nation’s schools, Gina Harris, a K-8 ESL resource teacher, has a powerful back-to-school message for the education community.
$71 million federal charter school grant underscores the need for more support for public education
Georgia educators are working hard to inform voters of the real intentions behind a proposed amendment that would enable state school takeovers.
Concerned educators say Donald Trump’s hateful speech, and the wave of bullying it has inspired, has left some students confused, fearful, and distracted from learning.