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How the Charter Sector Can Change the Narrative School Choice Isn't Going Away In response, anti-charter advocates have been
I remember sitting on a makeshift wooden platform between the front seats of my mom’s old Volkswagen van. As the red VW grumbled
Follow Alan Singer on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReecesPieces8 I am in email correspondence with a Teaching Fellow assigned
When it comes to choosing between children who need schools that will prepare them for a successful future and help stabilize our country's economy or policies that benefit adults only and special interests, the choice is clear. We must choose Justice and Children every time!
The best of them are getting eye-popping results and closing achievement gaps as well as the highest-performing suburban
At a time when the Chicago Teacher's Union is planning a one-day strike, it's important to remember that while we as teachers may support or oppose the strategy of a Day of Action, we're united by a common set of values around education.
Unions can sign legal contracts with states and school districts that require all public employees to be union members or they can simply negotiate wage and benefit contracts that only apply to union members. But to establish the worth of working people we may need something as bold as a general strike.
As adjuncts organize, Catholic schools are seeking religious exemptions from labor law. Professors say the schools are violating their own core principles.