Legislation to reduce standardized testing and increase student learning gains momentum.
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Educators use social and electronic media to urge lawmakers to fill vacancy on U.S. Supreme Court.
Guest writer Peter Greene gives his take on who’s coming up short with Pennsylvania’s new budget.
One educator says it’s all about restorative practice. Find out what it is.
61% of voters ages 18 to 34 say a candidate’s position on student debt will be a major influence for whom they vote in November.
Find out what you can do in your community to make sure that the Every Student Succeeds Act is implemented properly.
Sometimes it’s students who make lasting change in their schools through activism.
Putting a human face on a piece of legislation helped South Dakota governor Dennis Daugaard see the light.
This is the first in a series of profiles of student activists bringing meaningful change to public schools.
As candidates move their efforts to SC, they might consider a few figures about the Palmetto State: 59 percent of its college graduates have student debt, and the average amount is nearly $30,000.