Putting under-trained teachers in classrooms only harms students and exacerbates teacher shortages across the country.
After AZ court blocks ballot initiative that would have increased funding by $690 million, educators vow to take their power to the polls in November.
The move to cut counselors or privatize their services to save money is a life-threatening trend on campuses across the nation.
What happens when lawmakers opt for tax cuts over education investments? Students across the nation pay a very steep price.
If confirmed, the Supreme Court nominee could play the deciding role on decisions regarding vouchers, workers’ rights, and the separation of church and state.
With women and minorities so underrepresented in the financial industry, NEA is working with its pension consultant to open doors for non-white money managers.
A new study spotlights how the economic anxiety felt by educators can destabilize their profession and harm students.
For-profit colleges account for 98 percent of all fraud claims, but education secretary has given the industry “everything they’ve lobbied for and more.”
Just like reading and math, hope is something that students need to practice—and adults need to teach.
“We have a voting bloc that, if we turn out to the polls, can outvote anybody.”