Educators ask: If the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act has made school lunch healthier, why roll back nutrition standards?
Issue Education Support Professionals
LA town hall kicks off national ‘Ask an Educator’ tour brining educators and community together to support public schools.
Shane Hynson loves his role helping Maryland students and families. But low wages have so far stymied his quest to become a teacher.
More than half of young people report being cyber bullied, and between 10 and 20 percent report being cyber bullied regularly.
Education support professionals in Clay County, Florida, are going public with their personal stories as they fight for a living wage.
Education support professionals and teachers know that lawmakers can help the 16 million kids who face hunger and food insecurity when they reauthorize the child nutrition law.
Education activists: Call U.S. Senators to take action and #GetESEARight
Several bipartisan efforts in Congress aim to improve IDEA funding. Boosting education spending in the federal budget would be a great place for lawmakers to start.
A new bill would ensure school food service staff can access required training sessions without undue hardship.
New digital ad campaign targets Capitol Hill lawmakers urging them to finish revising the new version of No Child Left Behind