The idea that children will strictly adhere to wearing masks, social distance, while stuffing gummy bears in their mouths when the teacher isn't looking is ridiculous.
Joe Kernen says he's "looking for solutions," but his fave Donald Trump is literally the problem.
A new ad from AFSCME, SEIU and the NEA, this one It's a Wonderful Life-themed, pins House Speaker John Boehner as the bad guy in fiscal curb negotiations. The ad, backed by a six-figure buy, will run in the districts of Republican Reps. Rick
Success on Main St depends on success in the classroom. Take a stand for #edreform. #breakthemonopoly bit.ly/SchMg5 — U.S. Chamber's ICW (@USChamberICW) September 28, 2012 "Won't Back Down" is a huge flop at the box office. No surprise
The National Education Association has launched an ad campaign and petition calling elected officials at the state and national level to close corporate tax loopholes in order to more effectively fund education. They point to the fact that
The National Education Association is pursuing a three-point plan to push for reform in the teaching profession after several years of assault from right-wing, anti-teacher, anti-union politicians and corporate interests. In particular, 2011