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The COVID pandemic has been blamed for exacerbating inequities in our schools and students falling through the cracks.

AFSA’s Triennial Convention that was scheduled for this summer in Puerto Rico has been postponed because of COVID-19. The convention will be rescheduled for the summer of 2022.

The severe shortages of school-based mental health professionals is a growing concern.

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NEW YORK The long-running effort by teaching assistants and graduate assistants at Columbia University to unionize with the Auto Workers is headed for the courts, thanks to the universitys administ

WASHINGTONUnion leaders panned GOP President Donald Trumps first State of the Union address, with different responders emphasizing different aspects, but most slamming the Trump-GOP tax cut for cor

President Donald Trump recently delivered his first State of the Union speech to our nation. AFSA President Diann Woodard responded with the following remarks:

We invite you to join our brothers and sisters from AFSCME in the I AM 2018 campaign, as we memorialize the assassination of Dr.

The Illinois House Education Committee conducted a hearing regarding violations of special education law by Chicago school officials on January 19, 2018.

WASHINGTONContinued Trump administration stalling on whether huge amounts of steel imports are a national security threat stalling symbolized by a secret report the Commerce Department sent to the