A new report out this week offers solutions from the people who understand these issues the best—the teachers.
“If we don’t come together and vote—vote—we’re going to be in a hell of a mess,” one 70-year-old woman said.
New analysis shows how tax money flows to private schools, tax cuts for wealthy
The North Carolina Association of Educators is gauging interest to see how far teachers are willing to go to push back against draconian cuts to public education.
Rep. Abby Finkenauer announced grant for the Northeast Iowa Community Action Corporation
In recent weeks, six schools have closed temporarily after testing positive for airborne asbestos, which can cause fatal illnesses such as mesothelioma and lung cancer.
Between 2008 and 2018, Pennsylvania increased special education funding by $95 million; during the same period, however, the total cost of these programs skyrocketed by $1.7 billion.