Three US Senate candidates, Ted Strickland of Ohio, Patrick Murphy of Florida, and Katie McGinty of Pennsylvania, share their thoughts on higher education.
$70 million federal grant shines spotlight on need for more oversight, accountability for Florida charters
Concerned educators say Donald Trump’s hateful speech, and the wave of bullying it has inspired, has left some students confused, fearful, and distracted from learning.
A proposal in the U.S. House would roll back the community eligibility provision of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, increasing food insecurity for some low-income students.
Vanessa Skipper shows students the power of their vote by leading rally to end over-testing in public schools.
Another unproven idea of no benefit to students is signed into law in Florida.
In addition to setting NEA’s direction for the upcoming year, delegates engage in different legislative outreach activities while at the Representative Assembly.
“The decline in state aid and the resulting increase in tuition is the single greatest cause of the explosion in student debt.”
Voter ID laws disproportionately affect the elderly, young adults, students, minorities and low-income voters – groups that are less likely to have the money or means to obtain documentation.
Across the country, campaigns against overtesting are beginning to produce real results.