This week we talk about pensions in Pennsylvania and Illinois, Montana’s LR 123 being removed from the November ballot and union organizing in Wisconsin.
This week we talk about new teacher evaluations in Florida, LR 123 in Montana, the ballot measure that gives automatic tax refunds based on estimated revenue at the expense of local services, school funding testimony from the Education Tax Policy Institute in Ohio and feature a FAQ on how Louisiana’s Act 1 will effect teacher tenure, compensation and evaluations.
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This week we talk about a parent trigger attempt in California, feature video of Montana Education Association President Eric Feaver testifying on public employee retirement, report on the unfair labor practices complaint filed against Gov Walker in Wisconsin and show a video wrapup of how the Illinois Education Association is fighting back against corporate interests and working to pass meaningful education reform legislation and protect their bargaining rights.
Teachers across the country are standing up for their students and the middle-class by running for public office.
Some politicians and candidates say the most outrageous things, such as paying teachers more violates the Bible
President Obama outlines bold vision in State of the Union
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) was signed into law by former President Bush 10 years ago.
This week we feature Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts and Montana.
Education support professionals are on the front lines in the fight for school modernization.