In North Carolina and Mississippi, discrimination has been signed into law.
Parents, community members and educators unite to take back school boards from divisive ultraconservatives.
This week MS educators get a funding initiative on the 2015 ballot, San Ysidro, CA educators go on strike, UMass educators and students rally for fair contracts and we feature video from the WA class size campaign.
Last week, educators, parents and community leaders held events in 19 states to advocate for public education.
Panel discussion leads to clear understanding of next steps to help end this national epidemic
Congressional hearing brings education and community stakeholders together to find solutions to national epidemic
Thirteen of the 17 states where the majority of students come from low-income families are in the South. In Mississippi, 71 percent are low income, followed by New Mexico (68 percent), Louisiana (66 percent), Oklahoma (61 percent) and Arkansas (60 percent).
Mississippi generated $80.9 million in uncollected taxes from out-of-state corporations.
Check out our list of state and local affiliate Twitter pages and let us know about any we missed.
Disturbing national trend: students arrested for minor school infractions, education future in jeopardy