Educators from across the country are engaging in political activism on behalf of students and public schools. Meet six shining examples.
“Teachers, paraprofessionals and others working in public education have an obligation to set the example by participating in this election.”
Lost among the headlines and news about yesterday’s Iowa presidential caucuses was unprecedented involvement by educators.
College student and education activist outlines why it’s important for millennials to be active in the primaries.
Iowa educators and parents stood tall for public schools in the annual State Fair parade.
Education activist shares thoughts about GOP presidential debate and why all educators need to pay attention
10-year public school veteran explains his dedication to meeting with lawmakers and standing up for students.
Fairfield, Ia., teacher Scott Slechta plans to keep public education in the conversation during the 2016 election.
Legislative deadlock over education funding forces districts to eliminate educator positions.
Digital activism isn’t just convenient–it’s undeniably effective in the fight for public education.