If federal lawmakers care about the needs of rural families, they should act now to ensure funding for rural schools.
The presidential election set off a firestorm of anxiety in schools, and in response districts are being increasingly vocal about protecting the rights of students.
These governors, whose policies affect the day-to-day lives of residents in multiple ways, view educators as partners.
“Over the years teachers observed that students placed in regular classes were branded as student who couldn’t learn. We are failing our students of color by not showing them that school is a place where they can succeed.”
Districts across the nation face grievous budget cuts, because Congress allowed the Secure Rural Schools Act to expire.
“I think we’re seeing a level of social protest that we haven’t seen in a long time.”
“Never before in the country has an entire district of educators risen up to declare that Black Lives Matter.”
Educator, author, activist Jesse Hagopian gives powerful speech on education justice, institutional racism.
ESSA gathering provides educators with information, tools to implement education policies that benefit students
Friend of Education award recognizes bipartisan collaboration to pass Every Student Succeeds Act