The state is creating a new agency as part of plans to offer nearly universal preschool in 2023.
“Power Despite Precarity” offers a case study of how educators in the California State University system built power.
Many educators and advocates are rising to the challenge of multi-pronged attacks on public sex and race education.
Smaller class sizes, improved health care, mental health supports and competitive pay are central to teachers’ demands.
February saw the largest teachers’ work stoppage in the last decade in Puerto Rico. Educators are not letting up yet.
Hillsdale College’s president likes to say, “Teaching is our trade; also, I confess, it’s our weapon.”
Many educators are continuing to teach students the true history of the United States.
Activists are calling on the president to fulfill his campaign promise.
The school district said it’s examining the matter, assuring parents that it’s dedicated to “teaching about the facts.”
The cathedral silence of libraries is being replaced with the sound of furious screaming and the smell of burned pages.