Make no mistake about it, educators, parents and community activists in Milwaukee are fighting for the very survival of our public school system.
Voters will watch debate looking to see more than where the candidates stand on the issues.
Last week two Federal court decisions gave educators and other voter rights advocates renewed hope in the battle against efforts to suppress the minority vote.
Racine, Wis., high school senior Gabe Hernandez says his community connections grew as his activism increased.
Wisconsin students and schools won in multiple cities yesterday.
“Families and educators believe schools belong to the community rather than some outside corporation. The people of Milwaukee are behind their public schools.”
WI Senator fights an uphill battle in Washington, D.C. against those standing in the way of affordable higher education.
Educators from WI and CA travel to Washington, D.C. to give lawmakers their views on ending the nation’s teacher shortage.
In Milwaukee and Youngstown, OH, educators, parents and residents are teaming up to keep their schools under local control.
Educators think Capitol Hill lawmakers need to get together and finish ESEA reauthorization.