Sunday, May 20, 2018
Schools See Steep Drop in Librarians, New Analysis Finds

Schools See Steep Drop in Librarians, New Analysis Finds

Nationwide, schools have lost 20 percent of their librarians and media specialists in the past 15 years. Here's why that could hamstring district literacy efforts.
No, Teacher Strikes Do Not Help Students

No, Teacher Strikes Do Not Help Students

When teachers use their students as leverage, they damage their own professionalism, write William J. Bennett and Karen Nussle.
Teacher Activists Take Fight to the Polls

Teacher Activists Take Fight to the Polls

Fresh off a wave of strikes and protests in several states, education activists aim to turn that momentum into electoral victories in this fall's midterm elections.
The Faces of the Teacher Revolt

The Faces of the Teacher Revolt

In states with recent strikes and protests, individual teachers—some of them in their 20's and most of them with little or no organizing experience—have taken charge of the grassroots push for higher pay and more school funding.

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