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Issue Election 2016
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 across the nation are reporting that the inflammatory rhetoric from Donald Trump has led to an increase in student bullying and anxiety.
Donald Trump says not paying federal income taxes is smart. Educators, schoolchildren, and college students, and parents across America disagree.
“Native people have played such an important role in the history of this nation. But decades of feeling marginalized and disrespected have left a real impact.”
“If we are serious about improving our country and ensuring our government reflects our values, we cannot afford to sit out on Election Day.” President Barack Obama
Voters will watch debate looking to see more than where the candidates stand on the issues.
Georgia educators are working hard to inform voters of the real intentions behind a proposed amendment that would enable state school takeovers.
“How can Sagan be trusted to properly regulate charter schools when he’s so invested in expanding them? The chairman needs to step down immediately.”
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.