Help for Flint, held up by House Republicans, will likely come in mid-November thanks to a last-minute deal.
Nearly 100% of teachers buy supplies for kids. A law passed last year with bipartisan support locks in a tax deduction to help cover those expenses.
Educators from across the country are engaging in political activism on behalf of students and public schools. Meet six shining examples.
“You walk the streets at night and something might happen, but you’ll probably be ok. If you drink the water, you know that’ll mess you up forever.”
Obama’s message to “young people, our students: they are not defined by this crisis.”
“So many people are making decisions that affect our teachers every day, and few have any experience in the classroom.”
New studies find disturbing levels of lead in drinking water in schools nationwide.
Flint, MI, children and families still seeking safe drinking water and accountability, as Gov. Snyder’s testimony to Congress provides few answers.
This week: NY educators arrested at protests, CA faculty vote to strike, the MA retirement health care fight and a video look back at IL Gov Rauner’s tumultuous first year.
This week: IL retirement, MI’s higher education conference, MA charters and NJ’s new teacher leader certification endorsement.