Three U.S. Senate races — in Nevada, Ohio and Pennsylvania — offer clear choices for educators, students, supporters of public education.
A look at the 2016 Democratic National Convention through the eyes of educators and education advocates.
Three educators share how Hillary Clinton earned their support in her bid to be the next president of the United States.
“The stories they come to school with are heartbreaking.”
College student and education activist outlines why it’s important for millennials to be active in the primaries.
“While parents have a right to send their children to religious schools, the Nevada Constitution prohibits them from doing so at taxpayers’ expense,”
The Secure Rural Schools Act, offering millions to struggling rural communities, is close to winning an extension from Congress
“I’m very hopeful Congress will act [in 2014] because they will be bombarded with phone calls and letters. I always tell my DREAMers to stay positive, stay focused, never give up.” — Las Vegas school counselor Loretta Harper
“I am very interested as a school teacher in making sure the most vulnerable that I work with daily are able to have the opportunities that American promises all its citizens, especially our children.”
Las Vegas school bus driver Aurora Vigil and her two school-age daughters live every day with the pain of separation from her husband, their father.