For educators, uncomfortable discussions come with the territory. The challenge is to help students grapple with controversial issues without turning into enemies.
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.
Alaska paraeducator Sherry Shaw shows and tells during her RA address.
In 5-4 decision, justices discard decades-long precedent, side with corporate interests determined to destroy unions and rig the economic system.
Because teachers and education support professionals in St. Paul stood together, the school district knew the threat of a strike was even more credible.
Fed up with moonlighting and living paycheck-to-paycheck, education support professionals in Virginia seek fair pay.
ESPs band together on the picket line to protest long-running, systemic disinvestment in public schools.
At Kennedy Elementary, teamwork, camaraderie, and mutual appreciation are the pillars upon which the school operates.
Sherry Shaw’s advocacy on behalf of students and colleagues includes extensive volunteer work with the Special Olympics and other community organizations.
Student achievement flourishes at schools with strong labor-management partnerships.