Educators tell why it matters that President Trump and Education Secretary DeVos want to roll back IDEA funding to pre-2001 levels.
This week the US Supreme Court unanimously rejected Trump nominee Neil Gorsuch’s bare minimum education standard for students with disabilities.
The governors of Virginia, Washington, Pennsylvania, and Minnesota have all taken a stand for their state’s public schools.
“We wanted to show educators and students that Black Lives Matter is more than a hashtag—and I think we succeeded in that as well.”
Many people do not view the immigration in Trump’s us-versus-them world view, especially when it comes to students and their families.
“Pro-public education candidates help limit the consequences of high-stakes standardized testing, and provide teachers with the autonomy we deserve in the classroom.”– Ashley Muscarella
“Pat Toomey served on the board of a for-profit college that targeted veterans. He tried to turn our military benefits into his financial gain,” said a veteran in ad by VoteVets.org.
Three US Senate candidates, Ted Strickland of Ohio, Patrick Murphy of Florida, and Katie McGinty of Pennsylvania, share their thoughts on higher education.
Three U.S. Senate races — in Nevada, Ohio and Pennsylvania — offer clear choices for educators, students, supporters of public education.
Nearly 100% of teachers buy supplies for kids. A law passed last year with bipartisan support locks in a tax deduction to help cover those expenses.