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Recent News

Black girls are twice as likely to be suspended in every state, and it’s not because of more frequent or serious misbehavior, a bold headline in U.S. News and World Reports states.

The Trump administration budget for FY21 has nearly an 8% cut to education funding.
Chicago school principals and assistant principals turned out in force to speak their minds on the school rating system.
Urging Congress to incorporate the Rebuild America’s Schools Act (H.R. 865) into a larger infrastructure package for our children's sake.
New data and analysis finds significant progress on the science of reading instruction in teacher preparation.
The PRO Act is bold, comprehensive legislation to strengthen unions and the American workforce.
By a partisan 3–1 vote, the National Labor Relations Board’s GOP majority shrank the size of union buttons and other insignia workers can wear on the job.