States Look to Throw Open School Doors to Concealed Weapons

+-*Will anyone with a concealed-weapon permit soon have the right to carry guns in schools? Not if educators and parents have anything to say about it.   READ MORE »

NEA Member and Students Invited to White House Science Fair

+-* Jimmy Lara's elementary school students exhibit a "city of the future."   READ MORE »

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Hip Hop’s Place in the Classroom
The musical genre reveals much about America’s racially charged times and it can serve as a valuable teaching tool. If nothing else, hip hop teaches language, specifically the unique timbre of African American expression. Source: The Atlantic
GOP Plan in Congress: Cut Programs for Students, Protect Breaks for the Wealthy
GOP members in the House and Senate have proposed to cut trillions in investments over the next decade, further threatening the well-being of the middle class and our most vulnerable students. Source: Education Votes
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Oklahoma Educators Quash Attempt to Ban AP U.S. History

+-*The plan to end the program hits the skids, but the right-wing campaign against the 'unpatriotic' curriculum isn't over.   READ MORE »