With Election Day less than two weeks away, it’s an ideal time to review the positions of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on the subject of public education.
Issue Election 2016
Clinton’s initiative, Better Than Bullying, would provide $500 million to help children, families and educators confront the challenge of bullying.
Both Democrats and Republicans agree that voters should approve Ballot Measure 1.
A coalition that includes educators is working to pass a half-cent sales tax increase in Washoe County, Nev., to fix their schools’ biggest problems: deteriorating facilities and severe overcrowding.
“Pat Toomey served on the board of a for-profit college that targeted veterans. He tried to turn our military benefits into his financial gain,” said a veteran in ad by VoteVets.org.
Check out the good information you can share with family and friends to make sure every vote gets counted this election cycle.
Three US Senate candidates, Ted Strickland of Ohio, Patrick Murphy of Florida, and Katie McGinty of Pennsylvania, share their thoughts on higher education.
“This election matters to my life, my family, and my students. The issues matter to our society, our nation, and our future. It is clear that our voice, our activism, and our vote matters.”
IA teacher shares what she’s heard on the campaign trail from parents, voters about issues related to public education
A new analysis confirms that rolling back Gov. LePage’s tax cuts for the wealthy will allow the state to meet its funding obligation to public schools.