“You walk the streets at night and something might happen, but you’ll probably be ok. If you drink the water, you know that’ll mess you up forever.”
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Food service professionals visit Washington, D.C. to advocate for more training to help those students who don’t have enough to eat.
Sometimes it’s students who make lasting change in their schools through activism.
New studies find disturbing levels of lead in drinking water in schools nationwide.
As a young teacher in an all-Black segregated school in NC, when Willa Johnson taught her students how to register to vote she was summoned to the principal’s office and summarily fired.
Standing for students means fighting for education policies that support them and their families.
This week: IL retirement, MI’s higher education conference, MA charters and NJ’s new teacher leader certification endorsement.
“This type of colonialism is not ‘reform’ – it’s anti-democratic.”
By Amanda Litvinov Take Action › Urge Congress to expand summer meals programs and defend nutrition guidelines. Click here› Nearly 22 million children received free or reduced-price lunch through the National School Lunch Program last year. Remarkably, only 16% of those students participated in a summer meals program. Allison Haswell has worked in the Scottsboro … Continued
“If we want the profession we love to survive, if we want to stand with our students, every educator has to find some time to be involved.”