School leaders have to be cognizant of the severe emotional toll this pandemic has taken on students, staff and ourselves.

Being politically inactive during this crisis is not an option. Administrators must clearly articulate the needs of their schools to policymakers.   

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By now, the numbers are numbing. Months into the coronavirus pandemic, more than 100,000 people in the United States are dead and 1.55 million have tested positive.

Democratic leaders were told to hold firm on the Paycheck Protection Act, or PPP, with a "fix" piece of legislation apparently scheduled for a vote in coming days.
Trump ordered all federal departments and agencies to trash rules and regulations, enforcement.
Big business is using the coronavirus pandemic as a cover to protect itself against lawsuits.

America’s workers—in the private and public sectors—have been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fed up with the Trump government’s refusal to force firms to protect workers from the coronavirus, the AFL-CIO is suing the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)  to force it to do s

AFSA has joined other unions in a push for the $3.6 billion in the House Democrats’ stimulus bill to pay states to establish vote-by-mail systemsand the measure’s mandate