“I hope to be the voice for all students who feel unseen, unheard, unappreciated and undervalued in America,” says Virginia social studies teacher.
The anger and fear that dominate our political discourse, accelerated by a flow of untrustworthy information, isn’t stopping at the schoolhouse gate.
The number of K12 students who are have been identified as homeless has increased by more than 70 percent over the last decade.
A perfect storm in the teacher labor market has formed, and students in high-poverty schools are bearing the brunt of its impact.
Still a predominantly rural trend, four-day school weeks are now inching closer to cities and suburbs. Is the change still worth it?
The transformation of the teaching profession over the past 30 years, says expert, needs to be better understood by school leaders and policymakers.
It’s no coincidence, according to a new report. Educator protests are getting results – but more must be done to put school funding back on track.
It doesn’t matter what you call it. If the result is more money for private schools and less for public schools, it’s a voucher.
One year after Parkland, it’s time to stop talking about arming educators and fortifying our schools, and focus on proven strategies that will protect students.
Fed up with hearing that reducing class size is too expensive, educators and their allies know the cost of inaction has been much worse.