“We need to make sure we are supporting all students in our schools,” Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said.
Child care providers who struggled in the pandemic are asking for economic relief and recognition as essential workers.
Students without permanent homes face unique issues as in-person learning resumes. Are schools ready to support them?
I daydream of the transformative potential of this hardship, imagining a future that better serves all our children.
The bill could help millions of students continue to access SNAP benefits beyond the pandemic.
The bill would provide kids with free breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack regardless of their family’s income.
Amid COVID, gaps have widened when it comes to regular pediatrician visits, maternal mental health and food insecurity.
Students and educators say the needs of traumatized students must be addressed before real learning can take place.
The proposal would make college and university tuition-free for all students from families earning under $125,000/year.
Some union organizers say that recent budget cuts were premature, premeditated, and in some cases, draconian.