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#RedForEd! Educators in three more states rally for school funding

Lead image courtesy of Texas State Teachers Association Over the past week, educators in Indiana, Maryland, and Texas put on their #RedForEd gear, gathered their creative signs and banners, and headed to their state capitols to march and rally for better school funding and improved educator pay. Joined by parents, students, state and local leaders,

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Education Insider for March 10, 2019

Urge your representative to cosponsor the Public Schools Week resolution March 25-29 is Public Schools Week. NEA and other national groups representing 10 million educators will celebrate with events and outreach highlighting the essential role public schools play in our democracy, economy, and equipping the next generation of Americans for success in the 21st century. The bipartisan

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United and Determined, Educators Strike a Blow Against For-Profit Charter Schools

By Tim Walker In his January 15 State of the State Address, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey seemed to acknowledge that his zealous pursuit of what he calls “choice and competition” in education was careening a little off course. “We know improvements can be made,” Ducey said. “More transparency, more accountability, and granting financial review and