For students, educators and millions of families who rely on public schools, some important election night victories came a little further down the ballot.
ALEC’s policies against students, public education, and middle-class families threatens the future of the nation.
This week we talk about an unfair evaluation system in Hawaii, the local impact of a new federal college ranking system, an ominous “firearms for teachers” bill in Missouri, and a campaign to stop a misguided attempt to amend IDEA.
Retired educator decides to take his political action to the next level to protect public education from ALEC
Recent vote on ‘right-to-work’ legislation fails to get the number of “yes” votes eventually needed for final passage.
Find out about the current attacks on public employee pensions in Arizona, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania and about one big win in Kansas.
Extremist legislators, governors — funded by corporate backers such as the Koch brothers — expected to continue their onslaught against educators, public education.
Missouri legislature protects public education and working families with votes on corporate tax policy and paycheck deception.
Check out our list of state and local affiliate Twitter pages and let us know about any we missed.
On June 14th, five teachers hailing from Maryland, Missouri, Texas and Oklahoma will be inducted into the National Teacher Hall of Fame (NTHF).