This Valentine’s Day, EdVotes pays tribute to those leaders making good decisions for students and public schools. And we call out those who aren’t.
“There’s over $1.2 trillion in student loan debt, and this is simply saying, ‘Let’s let people refinance, just like you can refinance a car loan or a home loan. Why not allow graduates to refinance their student loans?'”
“The next generation of educators needs to use our voices to reclaim our profession instead of letting those who have never stepped foot in a classroom make decisions and continue to destroy public education and its purpose.”
Unions give educators at charter schools a stronger voice to advocate for students
Charter school educators form collective bargaining unit and, in the process, gain a louder, stronger voice to help students.
“When a teacher says to a legislator, ‘This is what I go through, this is what’s happening in my classroom,’ that holds weight.” – Brandon Rettke, Education Minnesota
The Safe and Supportive Minnesota Schools Act takes a comprehensive approach to preventing and handling bullying.
Two Midwestern states demonstrate just how much a governor’s economic agenda can help or hurt students and working families.
Working women with families—like many of the food service workers in schools—would be especially helped by minimum wage increase
Rep John Kline (R-Minn): “There are a lot of champions for early childhood education, but every superintendent, Education Minnesota … everybody has said the most important thing is to fund special ed.”