Educators’ working conditions are students’ learning conditions.
Support strong public schools by taking these actions today.
The Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act would make it federal law that our nation’s 17.3 million public employees—including educators—have the right to organize and bargain collectively.
Email your members of Congress and tell them to cosponsor and support the Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act.
The Senate’s Raise the Wage Act would gradually increase the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2024. Forty million Americans—nearly 30 percent of the workforce—would benefit from the increase, including many education support professionals essential to the daily operation of our schools.
Send an email urging your senators to cosponsor S. 150.
A bill to reduce barriers to union organizing in the private sector.
A bill to provide grants to increase teachers’ capacity to work with families to develop and support their children’s social and emotional skills and mindsets.
A bill to help end homelessness and assist low-income families in finding housing.