Regardless of disappointing election results, educators are continuing what they’ve always done — prepare lesson plans, grade exams, review homework, and make sure students have the best opportunity possible to succeed.
I want to walk into a school that has what it needs and say, ‘that’s the standard for every school.’
The head of the nation’s largest professional employee organization hits the campaign trail to encourage folks to get out and vote.
U.S. Senate candidates in Arkansas, Iowa and Colorado have put more effort into defending Big Banks and billionaires than college students and their families.
“Anybody who would look at this [proposal] would be astounded. It’s pretty easy to see that it’s censorship.”
While you won’t find the words “private school vouchers” or “vouchers” on his web site, Beauprez’s record in Congress leaves no room for doubt about where he stands.
“We cannot allow free public education to be traded on NASDAQ and sold to the highest bidder.”
“It is past time for politicians to turn their eyes and ears away from those who profit from over-testing our students and listen instead to those who know what works in the classroom.”
“As educators who have dedicated our careers and lives to our students and their success, we will not stand silent wile commercial standardized testing is used to reduce public education to wreckage.”
Take a look at the senators supporting Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s commonsense bill that would allow those with student loan debt to refinance.