Educators in schools near protected federal lands scramble to make up for funding lost as federal lawmakers have failed to act.
Issue Moving in Congress
UPDATE: The Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (H.R. 5587) passed the House on Tuesday, September 13.
A small team of educators in upstate New York brings lunch and books–and more than a little TLC–to low-income students who might otherwise go without.
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With the majority of students living in poverty, the need to expand the reach of federal Summer Nutrition programs is greater than ever.
“You walk the streets at night and something might happen, but you’ll probably be ok. If you drink the water, you know that’ll mess you up forever.”
A proposal in the U.S. House would roll back the community eligibility provision of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, increasing food insecurity for some low-income students.
Educators use social and electronic media to urge lawmakers to fill vacancy on U.S. Supreme Court.
Lawmakers are discussing changes to Social Security offsets that have unfairly impacted public servants and their families for decades.
Through its fifth alternative budget, the Congressional Progressive Caucus says it’s time to start investing in families again, beginning with education.