After pressuring state officials to make a common-sense fix to a glaring omission, thousands of Missouri teachers can now apply for federal student-loan forgiveness.
Bianca Zachary, president of the University of Missouri Student NEA chapter, shares her story of campus racism and how activists fought back.
“I am optimistic. I think ELL advocates across the country, in collaboration with our allies, can bring about major improvements in the education of ELL students.”
The vote was hailed as a victory for workers, families and students — and an embarrassing defeat for the Koch brothers’ campaign arm, Americans for Prosperity.
“It’s time for Gov. Rauner to drop the campaign against unions and concentrate on improving our schools and balancing our state’s budget.”
Right-to-work advocates, such as Walker, ALEC and the Koch brothers, contend the policy creates jobs. Research shows right-to-work lower wages and benefits, and weakens workplace protections
Missouri technical education teacher David Hope talks to Congress about the importance of funding quality education programs and the harm of overtesting.
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.
Sate senator’s bill constitutes an end-run around voters, who in November overwhelmingly rejected a “teacher tenure” ballot initiative.
“A politician should never control what happens in a local school district. Local school districts should decide what’s best for them.”