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This week we talk about school funding in Pennsylvania, a recent conference on so-called “education reformers” in Connecticut, Elizabeth Warren’s surprise visit to the Massachusetts Teachers Association summer conference and feature video from Oregon’s class size campaign.
Lauren Randolph, Oregon high school counselor: “These kids have the highest mental health needs as do their parents. Cuts would mean they wouldn’t receive the already limited assistance.”
A rally in Albany attended by thousands this weekend is the latest show of unity against excessive and misused tests.
Online discussion leads to new ideas about school safety
Federal restrictions leave many rural districts with limited funding sources. Sequester cuts promise more tough breaks for students at those schools.
School counselors are important for a safe and secure environment for students. Unfortunately, sequester cuts may mean many school will go without.
Schools across the country are already cutting budgets for early childhood education.
Students who need assistance learning English may have to go without the resources they need when the deep sequester cuts take effect.
$3 billion in education funding is lost. Educators have something to say about it.