Nearly 5,000 Georgia students with behavioral disabilities continue to be segregated from their peers.
“The decline in state aid and the resulting increase in tuition is the single greatest cause of the explosion in student debt.”
These bizarre laws on education are somehow still on the books!
While the Georgia Legislature rejected Gov. Deal’s cuts, it moved to place the cost of health insurance for part-time workers on local school districts instead.
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Parent trigger legislation fails to give all stakeholders a voice in education reform
Massachusetts 6th grade math co-teacher and NEA member Tracey Pratt: I was left feeling a sense of urgency about my own “what ifs” as a person, a teacher and a member of the NEA.
New legislation would leave more money in the pockets of public service retirees
Informed, organized parents in Colorado, Georgia and Oklahoma kept deceptive parent trigger laws off the books.
A closer look at this week’s election results.