Fewer and Fewer States Escaping School Privatization’s Reach

A new "report card" grades each state on commitment to public education and resistence to charter schools and voucher programs. How did your state rank?   READ MORE »

Educators Demand Safe School Water as Nationwide Lead Crisis Comes to Light

Too few schools test for lead, and those that find it have scant support to fix the problem. Educator unions are fighting to change that.   READ MORE »

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Many Students Don’t Feel Career-Ready
Over half of students with a career goal say they have never received advice on how to achieve that goal, while roughly half of high school graduates who attend college have to take remedial courses. Source: Education Dive
Making Civics Education Stick
Twenty-seven states are considering bills aimed at revamping civics education. Many of the proposals are rooted in popular ideas about the best ways to teach civics, including when kids should start, what they should learn and how to apply those lessons. Source: National Public Radio

Five Facts You Need to Know About Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Americans want a Supreme Court justice who will be fair-minded constitutionalist and who will apply the law fairly and protect our rights. That person is not Brett Kavanaugh.   READ MORE »