NEA president joins panel to assess how the wave of educator activism that began one year ago is changing the debate over public education.
Educators travel to Capitol Hill to talk about how school and community partnerships are a worthwhile investment.
Still a predominantly rural trend, four-day school weeks are now inching closer to cities and suburbs. Is the change still worth it?
Corporate subsidies cost public schools at least $1.8 billion last year. Educators and their unions say it’s time to stop giving this money away.
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.
The “nerve-wracking” school nurse shortage is one of the reasons why 3,000 members of the Oakland Education Association are on strike.
Fed up with hearing that reducing class size is too expensive, educators and their allies know the cost of inaction has been much worse.
Despite the strong economy, Virginia ranks 42nd in per-pupil state funding. Educators say it is time for public schools to share in the prosperity.
Agreement gives students more librarians, nurses, and counselors while reducing class sizes. “We won this victory through our unity, our action, and our shared sacrifice,” said UTLA president.
‘We won’t be bought off…What we are fighting for is a program of investment in our neighborhood public schools” says UTLA president.