Educators work to turn out the vote for those candidates who are committed to building better futures for students.
State New Hampshire
Hillary Clinton is a strong leader with a proven record on the issues that matter to students and public education
Manchester educators invite mayoral candidates to share with the public their plans for giving students brighter futures
This week we talk about school choice in MI, the IL Senate overriding Gov Rauner’s veto of the fair arbitration bill, and recaps of the GOP education summit protests from NH and CT members.
“I don’t have to be, and we as educators don’t have to be, millionaires to have a voice for our students.” — NH teacher Allison Estes-Browne
“Teachers need to send a message to anti-public education reformer Campbell Brown and the Republican candidates speaking at the Ed Summit 2015, that we are tired of their failing vision.”
This week we talk about high stakes testing in NY, more attacks on collective bargaining in IL, how you can make your voice heard on charter schools in MA and a rally next Wednesday in NH.
This week: business tax cuts come under fire in New Hampshire, Illinois educators say it’s time for the governor to start governing, Kansas lawmakers consider ending teacher licensure, and Wisconsin honors its top education activists.
Court ruling strikes critical blow to retirement security of educators, other public employees serving community
Regardless of disappointing election results, educators are continuing what they’ve always done — prepare lesson plans, grade exams, review homework, and make sure students have the best opportunity possible to succeed.