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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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The United Steelworkers (USW) previously publicly denounced the Nippon Steel deal.
Starbucks has committed more than 400 violations of federal labor law, including firing 59 union leaders and supporters.

Lizzy Crispin headed the committee that led Leonardo da Vinci High School to become the first and only Blue Ribbon high school in Buffalo, New York.

President Joe Biden’s proposed federal budget for fiscal year 2025, which starts October 1, raises taxes on corporations and the rich while—among other priorities--expands federal power to cut pres

UAW President Shawn Fain  has identified a class of lazy workers—they’re on Wall Street.

Overall, fatalities on the job rose 5.7%. The rise in fatal occupational injuries from 2021 to 2022 is “alarming and unacceptable” to the AFL-CIO.
Her students voted her National Honor Society Teacher of the Year, in recognition of her work in the classroom.