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?
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.
The move to cut counselors or privatize their services to save money is a life-threatening trend on campuses across the nation.
Recognition of the importance of school nurses will hopefully help move stalled legislation in Congress that will help schools hire more full-time nurses.
Seeing an abundance of food and supplies in one corner of their lives and a severe need for these necessities in another, two educators jumped into action.
The bad news is that the demands and pressures on our schools are growing. The good news is that the nation is finally looking to educators for solutions.
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.
Dispensing with the fallacy once and for all that schools can do more with less money is long overdue. A new report makes the case that money matters.
No longer zones of silence, school libraries are now bustling hubs of student social activity that enhance learning and nurture imaginations.
Educators in Springfield fight against nepotism and institutional biases, form group to help recruit, retain, and support educators of color.