These four facts can help you make conversations about school funding more honest and fruitful.
Part 2 in a series on essential school funding facts public education advocates must know.
NEA’s 2017 Activist of the Year will be announced at organization’s Representative Assembly in Boston next week.
One teary-eyed teacher told me she had no idea this is what kids of color were going through.
Educators invite lawmakers to participate in roundtable discussions to plot better assessments and futures for students.
Many people do not view the immigration in Trump’s us-versus-them world view, especially when it comes to students and their families.
These governors, whose policies affect the day-to-day lives of residents in multiple ways, view educators as partners.
“We’d be much further ahead in doing what’s best for our students, particularly students of color, if we could separate the notion that school safety and school policing are one and the same.”
A small army of activists is contacting pro-public education voters, reminding them what’s at stake and to vote all the way down the ballot.
Oregon public school advocates are uniting around a ballot measure that asks corporations to pay their fair share in taxes.