This week: OH charters, the Holyoke, MA turnaround plan, CA members lobbying the Congressional Black Caucus and a plan in MI to restore tax credits for working families.
Ohio’s growing charter school crisis, long a subject of local news interest, appears to be morphing into an issue that could flatten Kasich’s presidential campaign.
When the General Assembly returns public school stakeholders want elected leaders to get to work on transparency, accountability, and funding issues linked to charters.
According to Kasich, the problem with education is that teachers, when not in class, spend their time sitting in fancy teachers lounges discussing low pay and vanishing benefits.
This week: charters unconstitutional in WA, petition to save Youngstown, OH City schools from takeover, Chester Upland, PA educators still working without pay and a new amendment in MA to fund schools.
This week we talk about Chester Upland PA educators working without pay, the Dyett HS hunger strike in Chicago, charter schools reforms in OH and Maryland’s push to reduce high stakes testing.
Matt Jablonski, an American History teacher, parent, and public education activist from Elyria, Ohio, describes going back to school under the policies of Gov. John Kasich.
Reducing high-stakes testing in MI, OH fighting against state takeover of Youngstown City Schools, a petition in support of allowing educators on the MA BESE and a huge win on benefits for MT retirees.
This week we talk about workplace bullying in MA, OH charter schools, videos from MI on the importance of unionization and PA’s 2015 Celebrating Excellence Awards.
This week we talk about PARCC assessments in OH, retiree health insurance in MI, a reflection on the NEA RA from MTA President Barbara Madeloni, and feature video of the National Teacher of the Year on the importance of activism.