It’s fitting that a number of pro-public education candidates and state and federal office holders made it a priority to recognize educators during National Teacher Appreciation Week, May 7-11. Take a look at how they gave a shout out to educators across the country, and reflected on how their favorite teachers influenced their lives. U.S. … Continued
To support strong public schools, education voters should seek candidates who will grow state revenue, increase tax fairness, and invest in public education.
Gubernatorial candidates in Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Arizona have solid plans for improving tax fairness in order to invest in public schools.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf reduced the PSSA by 20% on average in grades 3 through 8, preserving critical learning time.
New analysis concludes students who participate in voucher schemes lose about 68 days of school learning.
These gubernatorial candidates are following DeVos’s voucher crusade despite her rejection by a GOP-controlled Congress.
Gov. Wolf’s plan to invest $60 million in CTE ensures career pathways for students, and skilled workers for critical industries.
Pa. State Sen. Scott Wagner has promised to cut teacher compensation if he is elected.
Sen. Scott Wagner has said he wants to bring Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s voucher agenda to Pennsylvania.
Betsy DeVos’s dogged pursuit of public school funding for voucher schools has like-minded allies at the state level, five of who are running for governor in November.