Koch brothers back new firm seeking to elect right-wing candidates to state and local offices
State New Hampshire
Educators hope Capitol Hill lawmakers move quickly to help families in need
Extremist legislators, governors — funded by corporate backers such as the Koch brothers — expected to continue their onslaught against educators, public education.
Alexis Ploss, New Hampshire student leader: “I don’t worry for myself, I worry about the thousands of students around the state who will lose out on obtaining an education that will prepare them for the world.”
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“We are facing the dilemma of doing the work that we are passionate about or ‘selling out’ to get a higher salary job to help repay loans faster. We should not be sentencing our college graduates to this reality.” – Alexis Ploss, future educator and student activist
Ohio and Maine legislators agree with educators and other workers that right to work enriches corporate special interests at the expense of working families.
$3 billion in education funding is lost. Educators have something to say about it.
A recent survey shows that student activists are out there fighting for issues with their future classrooms in mind.
Right-to-work legislation goes down to defeat for third time in three years.