By integrating global competencies into her classroom, an arts teacher helps her students understand that they are citizens of more than their town, region and country.
65 years after ‘Brown v. Board’ became the law of the land we still struggle to fulfill its promise.
Universities are tough places for women to work. Parental leave policies are part of the problem.
Does your state have charter laws that fall short of protecting students and leave taxpayers on the hook for fraud, waste, and abuse? Probably.
NEA president joins panel to assess how the wave of educator activism that began one year ago is changing the debate over public education.
A federal court has ordered Betsy DeVos to implement protections for students in online programs – the latest blow to her anti-public education agenda.
Educators travel to Capitol Hill to talk about how school and community partnerships are a worthwhile investment.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. To help the millions of children across the U.S. who have a mental health condition, treatment gaps have to be closed.
More than 38,000 teachers and other public-service workers have applied for Public Service Loan Forgiveness; less than 1 percent have been accepted.