DuVal unveiled an education plan that states his first priority is to “start investing in our kids’ future,” adding, “I’ll stop the cuts to our schools — not another dime, not another nickel, not another penny!”
ALEC’s policies against students, public education, and middle-class families threatens the future of the nation.
It’s about advocating for what we need and getting candidates elected and ballot initiatives passed. If we’re not active on these issues, we’re letting our students down.” — Jo McKim
“These are my students, these are my colleagues, this is my valley, my school district, and I’m pretty proud of it, and I’m pretty fierce about that.”
“As educators, we can be a trusted voice to young people on the importance of educating themselves about the issues and taking the steps to become empowered through voting and civic engagement.”
The U.S. Senate marks up a bill beginning tomorrow as enrollment in preschool programs declined by 9,000 in 2012-13 from the year before, the first drop in more than a decade.
AZ educator applauds elected leaders who stood up for kids and public schools
Hidden-camera investigation reveals how ALEC politicians are courted by big corporate special interests
Educators, administrators and friends of public education are stepping up their fight against two bills that would expand the state’s voucher program and the continuing disinvestment in public schools.
AZ educator points out another disturbing similarity between voucher program and private prison contracts