A handful of U.S. Senators have been outspoken on the need to renew federal funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program. Add your voice!
Educators tell why it matters that President Trump and Education Secretary DeVos want to roll back IDEA funding to pre-2001 levels.
NEA’s 2017 Activist of the Year will be announced at organization’s Representative Assembly in Boston next week.
An estimated 5 million children ages 6 to 19 will lose their Medicaid eligibility with the cuts imposed by the American Health Care Act, or Trumpcare.
Murray uses educator stories to outline for senate colleagues why vouchers are bad for students and public education.
“It’s about how we can help these kids. With that kind of attitude things go really far.”
Parents and former students are joining the effort to show Betsy DeVos how critical strong public schools are in every community.
“This is not a one and done. I don’t look at this as single training or a one-off rally, but as a beginning point for continuous community engagement that will transform the lives of our students, communities and the world.”
Various research studies have shown that evidence-based preschool carries long-term and long-lasting economic benefits to students and society.
Three US Senate candidates, Ted Strickland of Ohio, Patrick Murphy of Florida, and Katie McGinty of Pennsylvania, share their thoughts on higher education.