Educators are essential advocates for students, says Arkansas library media specialist Ashley Pledger.
Rep. Tom Cotton and Sen. Mark Pryor, both from Arkansas, diverge on college affordability.
Judges point out burden placed by restrictive voter ID laws on the poor, and black and Latino youth.
Fed up with special interest groups attacking educators, school funding, and programs that help working families, Sen. Pryor seeks bipartisan solutions
Rep. Richard Hanna (R-NY): “One in four children starts their life in poverty. This bill will help ensure their lives do not end in poverty.”
Political action saves the day for Arkansas students and educators.
Thirteen of the 17 states where the majority of students come from low-income families are in the South. In Mississippi, 71 percent are low income, followed by New Mexico (68 percent), Louisiana (66 percent), Oklahoma (61 percent) and Arkansas (60 percent).
Educators rally to keep health care crisis from impacting students, educators, and public schools
Television and online ads ask Congress to stop playing games with students and the economy
Great things happen when educators, administrators and parents work together to make their community stronger.