“As educators we need to share our students’ stories and be a voice for our students” — Kari Johnson, Wisconsin teacher
A rally in Albany attended by thousands this weekend is the latest show of unity against excessive and misused tests.
Educators, families and student advocates urged to call their U.S. senators at 1-866-632-6057 as Senate prepares to take up immigration bill.
On June 14th, five teachers hailing from Maryland, Missouri, Texas and Oklahoma will be inducted into the National Teacher Hall of Fame (NTHF).
A retired teacher from El Paso shares the importance of voting, no matter what age.
Fourth-grade teacher and mom Caroline Sweet says we must abandon policies that support a “haves and have nots” system. She’s even made her case to President Obama.
Community colleges and their students may feel the negative impact of the coming sequester cuts.
New legislation would leave more money in the pockets of public service retirees
Montserrat Garibay is a National Board Certified teacher, a DREAMer ally and an NEA member from Texas who believes that educators should be a strong voice for their students and advocate for common sense immigration reform.
In a small town in deep East Texas, just 20 minutes from the Louisiana border, Tania Hernandez Castillo grew up with her parents and three siblings. Early on in life, she was inspired by an educator. Take Action › Sign the petition to help make commonsense immigration reform a reality for students and their families. … Continued