What is Trump’s Free-Speech Executive Order Really About?

The order doesn’t create any new protections for speech on campus, but it does send a strong signal to his political supporters.   READ MORE »

2019 ESP of the Year Matthew Powell Does It All

Powell thinks in terms of "possibilities rather than impossibilities, solutions rather than problems," says NEA President.   READ MORE »

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California Legislators Weigh Strict Limits on Cellphones in Schools
California school districts would have to develop policies that restrict or ban students from using their cellphones at school, with a few exceptions, under new a being considered by the California legislature. Source: Education Dive
Kamala Harris Releases Plan To Increase Teacher Pay By $13,500
The plan, which Harris’ says would be the largest federal investment in teacher pay in U.S. history, comes after a year of strikes in both red and blue states that forced the issue of teachers’ working conditions into the national spotlight. Source: Huffington Post

Put More Play In the Kindergarten Day

Has kindergarten become too academic? Many educators believe children at this young age won't like learning if it’s not fun.   READ MORE »