Educators from across the country are engaging in political activism on behalf of students and public schools. Meet six shining examples.
“Schools are safe havens. We are not immigration agents, therefore we will not be checking papers for legal status. We will continue to educate and protect our students.”
Our Social Justice Activist Award nominees share their advice for getting involved in activism.
“The closeness of this vote is a clear indication that voters want to see a bigger ongoing commitment to public education.”
“It’s about the future of our country and making sure our students have a system they can trust and eventually lead.”
Two new studies paint a less than desirable picture of charter schools in Arizona.
“Arizona voters want to see their tax dollars go into the classroom, not the pockets of wealthy special interests.”
ASU’s Center for the Study of Economic Liberty was created with $3.5 million from the Charles Koch Foundation.
How presidential candidates can lead a more productive conversation about public education.
Educators bring hope, solutions to those looking to combat privatization in their schools, communities