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.
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Sen. Udall encourages educators to get engaged on issues from school funding to fair wages.
“The emphasis on excessive testing doesn’t benefit students. We are losing out on our ability to engage in creative learning for our students.” — Teacher and CEA President Kerrie Dallman
CEA President Kerri Dallman: “Putting experienced teachers in front of the class has the greatest impact on student learning.”
Vouchers remain an elitist strategy for subsidizing tuition for students in private schools, not expanding opportunities for low- income children.