Educators celebrated a significant win last week after the Texas State Board of Education rejected a flawed Mexican American Heritage textbook.
Mexican American Heritage textbook is so riddled with factual errors, key omissions, and blatantly racist statements it has no place in any classroom.
Last week two Federal court decisions gave educators and other voter rights advocates renewed hope in the battle against efforts to suppress the minority vote.
“People ask me all the time if this isn’t too controversial for students in my fourth grade class. It is not, because this is their reality.”
Educators learn a vital truth about today’s teens: They are acutely aware of racial discrimination in America, and will engage in robust conversations about racism’s impact on them and our society.
“I am committed to supporting DREAMer students by continuing to advocate for them:” TX teacher Areli Zárate.
“I am speaking out today for the millions who want nothing more than to walk out of the shadows and into a future”: Texas high school teacher Areli Zárate
“The possibility of a college degree is becoming further and further out of reach every day,” said Maggie Thompson, executive director of Generation Progress.
“Together we can break down barriers for our kids so they get the education they need and deserve.” Hillary Clinton
Educators work polls to bring out support for pro-public education candidates