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Schools and libraries can now use funds from the E-Rate program to provide off-premises WiFi hotspots to students, following a recent rule change by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

The Boston Association of School Administrators & Supervisors (BASAS), Local 6, has announced significant leadership changes.
The National Memorial to Fallen Educators stands as a beacon, reminding the world of the sacrifices made by these educators and the enduring love of their families and communities.

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Politico reports hundreds of Kentucky teachers called in sick Friday, March 30 and took to the state Capitol to protest changes to their pension plans.

MEMPHIS, Tenn.The head of one of the nations largest unions and the one Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The FY18 spending bill signed by President Trump last week was a big win for AFSA thanks to our strong inside and outside the Beltway advocacy efforts.

Ernest Logan, AFSA Executive Vice President issued a statement in response to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' budget testimony:

On behalf of the Executive Board of the Oklahoma City Building Administrators (OCBA), we support our Teacher colleagues in their effort to advance a budget, or promote legislation, that would incre

March 14, 2018 marks the one month anniversary of the mass shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglass High School in Parkland, Florida.