“It is not the responsibility of people of color to educate us. We can’t rely on colleagues or friends who are people of color to make up for our ignorance.”
Big wins in Virginia, New Jersey, and Washington demonstrate how educators’ support makes the difference.
Public education supporters have been protesting DeVos since her nomination as Secretary of Education…and her trip to Washington will be no different.
If you ever needed a reason to get excited about standing up for student and public schools, here are five.
Shortly after the election, one of my Muslim students told me that her family received a note in their mailbox that said it was “Time to move. Trump won and is coming for you.”
Policy wins across the country mean better conditions for students and educators.
Educators tell why it matters that President Trump and Education Secretary DeVos want to roll back IDEA funding to pre-2001 levels.
Seattle educators use collective bargaining to gain big equity wins for their students.
Counties that overwhelmingly voted for Donald Trump will see their schools languish unless Congress acts.
With college costs and student debt becoming an increasingly high barrier to higher education—and with a college degree necessary for the vast majority of jobs in the U.S.—more and more lawmakers are seeking solutions.