Kansas voters believe the governor’s tax cuts have harmed the economy and schools. They’re right.
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Lost in the debate and wall-to-wall news coverage of Trump's health care bill was the negative effect on millions of children and students.
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In his first 100 days in office, Donald Trump has managed to dismantle civil rights protections courageous Americans spent decades building.
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New report concludes more scrutiny needed for programs that fund charter school facilities
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With college costs and student debt becoming an increasingly high barrier to higher education—and with a college degree necessary for the vast majority of jobs in the U.S.—more and more lawmakers are seeking solutions.
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Three important films cover different aspects of the attempted corporate takeover of education.
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Legislation to curb the heavy reliance on standardized tests has been sent to Governor Hogan to be signed into law.
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Nearing the 100-day mark in the Trump administration, Trump and DeVos have wreaked significant damage on students and public schools.
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Washington teacher encourages other educators to use their voices to take a stand against the Trump-DeVos budget.
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“There isn’t an educator that I know that says the work we do is easy."
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