How presidential candidates can lead a more productive conversation about public education.
The Kansas Board of Education has rolled back teacher licensure requirements in “Innovation Districts” established with help from ALEC.
In addition to setting NEA’s direction for the upcoming year, delegates engage in different legislative outreach activities while at the Representative Assembly.
Education is a natural fit for Kansas’ Anna Moon Bradley and so is political activism.
Congress has never met even half of its funding obligation under the law it passed to advance the opportunity of students with special needs.
Rolling back licensure regulations could vastly expand the number of students with untrained, unlicensed “teachers” in some districts.
This week: business tax cuts come under fire in New Hampshire, Illinois educators say it’s time for the governor to start governing, Kansas lawmakers consider ending teacher licensure, and Wisconsin honors its top education activists.
State governors have released their budget proposals, and it’s clear who respects education- and who does not.
Right-wing lawmakers say they are only trying to protect students from indecent materials. Or are they just trying to discredit public school educators?
“Kansans never needed a court ruling to know that Governor Brownback’s education cuts have had a devastating impact on our communities. Parents, teachers, and local leaders have struggled with higher fees, programs cuts and growing class sizes for far too long.”