Daily Archives: April 16, 2018

New Mexico: What I Said in Santa Fe

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This is What an Activist Does: Leonie Haimson Fights for Reduced Class Size

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#WhyIRefuse: A Brief History of the Contemporary Testing and Opt Out Movements

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BATS: What Is DFER? Why Does It Matter?

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Puerto Rico: President of the Teachers Association Denounces Privatization of Island’s Public Schools

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Colorado: Teachers Plan to Walk Out, Descend on Legislature to Demand Higher Pay, Better Funding

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With Education Such a Low Priority in America, It’s No Wonder The Holocaust is Fading From Memory

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What Cuomo Said about Public Schools and Teachers in His Last Campaign

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“Experience Rich, Theory Poor:” The Plight of Practitioners?

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Republican-Controlled KY Legislature Overrides Gov Veto, Supports KY Public Ed

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