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.
Washington teacher encourages other educators to use their voices to take a stand against the Trump-DeVos budget.
“There isn’t an educator that I know that says the work we do is easy.”
U.S. Rep Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) sit down with Education Votes to share her thoughts legitimized hate and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
The Seattle school board got the message loud and clear—if they missed it in the chants and signs demanding “Ethnic Studies Now!” from the students, educators, and parents who packed last week’s public hearing, they heard in the flood of public testimony.
Homeless liaison Jonathan Houston–who has experienced homelessness himself–cheers promising new provisions in ESSA.