Wisconsin Governor Walker’s extreme agenda dealt two significant setbacks; recall election set for June 5
More than 2 million children would lose access to early education opportunities over 10 years.
This week we talk about recent education bills that have moved in ID, feature video of the CT teacher of the year commenting on Gov Malloy’s Ed reform plan and offer an opportunity for CT educators to ask their own questions, highlight a new report from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction that shows public schools are outperforming Parental Choice Program and Parental Private School Choice schools in almost all areas of proficiency and feature a new video highlighting the recent rallies in Louisiana.
State education associations leading the charge to restore fairness in tax laws.
Santorum, Romney fail to measure up on support for public schools, access to higher education, support for worker rights
Some politicians and candidates say the most outrageous things, such as paying teachers more violates the Bible
President Obama outlines bold vision in State of the Union
With the public turning against more budget cuts and outrage growing over corporate tax avoidance, tax fairness will be a big issue in 2012.
North Carolina educators are showing they are not willing to let misguided state lawmakers rob them of their ability to speak up for children—not without a fight.
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) was signed into law by former President Bush 10 years ago.