Plans must be rooted in health and safety. But to attack the inequities exacerbated by the pandemic, our priorities as a nation must also be reevaluated.
About 650,000 immigrants are protected by DACA, including 15,000 educators. Now they can continue to support student learning without fear of deportation.
Without access to the services and one-on-one instruction these students need, special educators worry that much of the progress they’ve made will be lost.
Amid shelter-in-place orders, California educators use virtual tools to unite their voices, build solidarity, and advocate for change.
Education leaders discuss how to strengthen education in communities of color in the wake of economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Looming budget cuts will profoundly impact educators and students, especially in low-income and communities of color. Only Congress can mitigate the damage.
“With salaries what they are for teachers, it would be easy for someone to look for a way out of debt or a way to get money fast.”
As ethnic studies courses are shown to boost student achievement and attendance, states and school districts are increasing their number.
As colleges weigh reopening, a Florida faculty union has issued specific recommendations to keep students and employees safe.