When it comes to school finance problems, it seems the more things change the more they stay the same.
Most lawmakers agree that low- income students, like all children, deserve a great public school— until it’s time to pay for it.
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 the new MA budget, summer meal programs in CT, CA’s newly elected leaders and arts education in PA.
Educators support Gov. Tom Wolf’s insistence that the state can do better for public education.
This week we feature pensions in PA, special education in MI, attacks on worker rights in WA and the IL budget battle.
PA bus driver says the first step to securing a living wage for ESPs could be raising the federal minimum wage.
From Philadelphia to Los Angeles education champions win key victories in mayoral, city council, and school board elections.
This week Eastern WA educators going on strike for school funding, right to work in IL, MI Gov Snyder’s proposal to split Detroit into 2 districts and a plan in PA to link educator furloughs to evaluation scores.
New report says federal government can’t account for $3.3 billion spent on charters during the last 20 years.