With hundreds of thousands of college students expected to move onto campuses this month, faculty and staff are worried about inevitable COVID-19 outbreaks.
This week, Florida educators filed a lawsuit seeking to block the governor’s order to reopen brick-and-mortar schools. Safety first, they say.
About half the classified employees at the state’s flagship university don’t make enough money to cover basic bills. It’s shameful, say union leaders.
More than 250 years of collective experience has been eliminated, leaving tens of thousands of students without qualified counselors.
Preschool educator Tabatha Rosproy emphasizes the importance of speaking up and demanding union representation.
Elizabeth Davenport, a professor at Alabama State University, talks about the future of HBCUs, the value of mentoring, and why she’s a hard grader.
About 650,000 immigrants are protected by DACA, including 15,000 educators. Now they can continue to support student learning without fear of deportation.
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.
When asked this past week if she was using the crisis to push private school vouchers, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos replied, “Absolutely.”