Progressive new proposals that recognize the needs of today’s students and working families helped earn Democratic party platform most progressive ever.
Food service professionals visit Washington, D.C. to advocate for more training to help those students who don’t have enough to eat.
Educators work polls to bring out support for pro-public education candidates
Voting rights advocates have their eyes set on North Carolina as the bellwether for how far states will go in erecting new barriers to voting.
By Amanda Litvinov Take Action › Urge Congress to expand summer meals programs and defend nutrition guidelines. Click here› Nearly 22 million children received free or reduced-price lunch through the National School Lunch Program last year. Remarkably, only 16% of those students participated in a summer meals program. Allison Haswell has worked in the Scottsboro … Continued
A House hearing on child nutrition programs opened the conversation about the reauthorization of the surprisingly controversial Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.
Educators express commitment to make sure legislation is implemented in a way that benefits students.
Lawmakers in Congress have proposed allowing schools to temporarily opt out of the healthy school lunch standards put in place by the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act.
Anthony Daniels will be sworn into office in January not only as an accomplished education activist, but also as a former educator and steadfast advocate for teachers and students.
Montgomery County circuit court judge rules against the Alabama Accountability Act