‘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.
Lack of progress on these “women’s issues” affects us all.
Newly elected IN Superintendent cultivates grassroots army of educators
A closer look at this week’s election results.
Electoral results show public education top priority with voters
Another defeat was handed to corporate education reform backers tonight with the loss of Tony Bennett, the Superintendent of Public Instruction in Indiana.
“The mayor, city agencies, community and education leaders, and residents collectively decided to invest time, energy, and resources to revitalize Glenwood. And it was the right decision.” – Keith Gambill, Evansville Teachers Association President
Watch video of a nutrition manager, bus driver, maintenance worker and security officer explaining why they’re standing up for their students, communities and schools through political action.
By Amanda Litvinov NEA president Dennis Van Roekel appeared on “Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace” over the weekend, providing a voice of reason in the politically charged discussion of the value of public sector unions and protecting and restoring funding for public sector jobs. Van Roekel, a high school math teacher of 23 years, … Continued