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President Obama outlines bold vision in State of the Union
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) was signed into law by former President Bush 10 years ago.
Tomorrow marks the start of the Rhode Island General Assembly session. Hopefully 2012 will bring positive developments for teachers and working people.
NEA and its state affiliates have filed a flurry of lawsuits challenging a wide range of anti-union and anti-worker state laws enacted recently.
A new report from the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training shows Rhode Island going in the wrong direction on a key indicator of social justice – the wage gap between men and women.
Commissioner Deborah Gist of the RI Dept of Education tells Rhode Island educators their voices are “like crickets” during a Regents meeting.
On Thursday, November 17, the Rhode Island legislature passed sweeping changes to the state’s pension system that will force educators and state workers to pay for corporate greed.
This week we feature California, Illinois, Kentucky and Rhode Island.
There’s no cooler way to make a donation of support for those rallying around the country than this unique auction.