The bad news is that the demands and pressures on our schools are growing. The good news is that the nation is finally looking to educators for solutions.
As temperatures rise and classrooms get hotter, the lack of air conditioning in many schools is creating unsafe and unproductive learning environments.
“When educators, parents, communities, and students stand together, we are a formidable force and together we can fight and win.”
“We are creating confident, strong citizens, who are collaborative, compassionate, and powerful,” Mandy Manning tells delegates.
In keynote address, Eskelsen García salutes student activists. “They are demanding something from all of us and demanding something of themselves.”
A new federal survey asked U.S. teachers about their backgrounds, salaries, job satisfaction – and how much of their own money they spend on classroom supplies.
Educators across the nation stand ready to protect their collective voice, Lily Eskelsen García tells journalists.
High levels of job-related stress affect more than 9 in 10 elementary school teachers, according to new research.
Charter schools are among the most segregated in the nation. Experts say the justifications offered by many charter leaders are troubling and undermine the promise of equal opportunity for every student.
A teacher of newly arrived refugee and immigrant students, Washington educator believes teaching fearlessness in students is a critical first step in creating a more hopeful, safer, and kinder society.