Under the House GOP plan, the tax break given to Donald Trump would be enough to pay more than 20,000 teachers.
Trickle-Down Cuts to Education
The Progressive Case for Charter Schools
Revisiting the Persistent Teacher Diversity Problem
America Needs More Teachers of Color and a More Selective Teaching Profession
The Stakes Are Too High to Ignore the Trump-DeVos Agenda
President Trump keeps saying one thing and doing another; it’s the American people who pay the price.
Michele and Igor chat with former U.S. Secretary of Education and President and CEO of The Education Trust John B. King Jr. to discuss our public school systems, school choice, and the racial dynamics still prevalent in education today.
Sixteen states and Washington, D.C., submitted plans to the Education Department for school accountability under ESSA.
States are using new indicators to measure and support student and school performance under the Every Student Succeeds Act.
President Trump has a double standard for taxpayer dollars, racking up millions of dollars in vacations to his own properties while proposing cuts to summer programs for low-income schoolchildren.
As the Trump administration brings private school vouchers to the national stage, policymakers must reflect on the history of this policy and consider its impact on vulnerable students.
Just months into Betsy DeVos’ tenure as secretary of education, the department is already rolling back critical protections for vulnerable students.
The Every Student Succeeds Act provides new opportunities for school leaders to cultivate students’ learning mindsets.
Here are five ways in which President Trump and Secretary of Education DeVos have denigrated and devalued the teacher workforce, especially since taking office.
Sydney Chaffee, the 2017 National Teacher of the Year, discusses how she draws on lessons from the past to teach her students how to fight for justice today.
Use this data tool to explore the most and least segregated school districts nationwide.
Far too many school districts are intensely segregated by income and socioeconomic status, but Americans are largely in support of change.
The Trump budget would squeeze working families for the benefit of wealthy elites.
As testing opt-out loses steam and students make large gains in reading and math, advocates of the Common Core State Standards have greater confidence that more students are achieving to higher standards.