This week: strikes in WA, MA charter schools, CT teacher evaluations and MI’s new “Ask Me” campaign and video.
Just because you were born into poverty doesn’t mean you have to stay there.
This week: charters unconstitutional in WA, petition to save Youngstown, OH City schools from takeover, Chester Upland, PA educators still working without pay and a new amendment in MA to fund schools.
Members of Congress receive a face-to-face thank you for a new ESEA bill that supports students, educators.
This week MTA shares their thoughts on a bill to offer college debt relief to adjuncts, ed funding in WA, a pension victory in MT and the NY wage board recommending a $15 minimum wage for fast food workers.
Congress must act swiftly, and work together with the same bipartisanship that got us this far, to craft a final bill.
“Every student in America will be better off under this legislation than the generation of students wronged by ‘No Child Left Untested’ “: Utah teacher & NEA President Eskelsen Garcia.
This week we feature pensions in PA, special education in MI, attacks on worker rights in WA and the IL budget battle.
Educators in nearly 60 Washington school districts have organized one-day walkouts to protest Legislature’s failure to fund K-12 public schools.
“Teachers must value their voice as experts. How could they (lawmakers) know what we experience in the classroom unless we invite them in.”