Vouchers used to send public school students to poorer performing private schools
Keeping students safe is not about more guns in schools
by Brian Washington Last week’s court ruling in Indiana on the state’s voucher program–the largest of its kind in the nation–has sparked a national conversation about the implications of draining badly needed tax dollars away from public schools to finance the private education of a small few. NEA President Dennis Van Roekel, a math teacher … Continued
Schools across the country are already cutting budgets for early childhood education.
State’s high court upholds using public dollars for private/religious education
AL school shooting once again demonstrates educators’ commitment to students
Gov. Pence wants to expand private vouchers even though evidence supporting current voucher program is nonexistent.
Right-to-work opponents charge law does nothing to restore balance to the economy or help middle class
‘Right to work’ laws have been shown time and time again to hurt the middle class, education, and standard of living.
Programs such as the arts or physical education are usually the first to be cut when school budgets are tightened. If drastic cuts are made to education, these programs may be drastically slashed or cut completely.