It is time that “teachers talk back” and let the public know what is happening in our public schools.
This report reveals the impact that changes to teacher evaluations are having on our schools, teachers and students.
John King’s history as Commissioner calls into question his ability to get that job done. As New Yorkers learned, leadership matters a lot.
As Senate and House leaders begin the process of merging their respective bills into a single piece of coherent legislation that can be signed into law by President Obama, there are some crucial issues for public education supporters to consider. Not only are there key differences between the two bills, there are competing agendas between […]
2014 was a year filled with substantial stories, with more than a few seismic shifts in the public education landscape. At the 1st annual conference of the Network for Public Education in Austin, Texas in March, NPE President Diane Ravitch delivered a speech titled “Why We Will Win.” She told the crowd of over 400 public education activists […]