The N.A.A.C.P. Takes a Stand Against the Greed of Charter Schools

The N.A.A.C.P. is known for having strong opinions about important social issues. The organization’s latest stance is letting the nation know that African-American children found inside of urban school districts are not up for sale. The historic organization recently voiced their support for a cap on charter schools. Charter schools have for too long been […]... Read More

Charter School Advocates Focus on Massachusetts

An article on charter schools published by The Huffington Post explains that Massachusets has become the focus of the battle for charter schools in the U.S. The rationale among the Massachusetts Teachers Association for why Massachusets has become a major target in the push for charter schools in the U.S. is that it is considered […]... Read More

Racial Profiling in Preschool

Many people worry about racial profiling. People suspect police officers might target certain racial groups for stricter policing or as more likely to be the suspects for an unsolved crime. However, most Americans probably don’t think about racial profiling when it comes to preschool teachers. Unfortunately, new data being released suggests that is exactly what […]... Read More

Homelessness and Absenteeism Plague Many Schools

Many citizens worry about the state of American education. To discuss this, people often bat around ideas regarding national curriculum, charter schools, teacher accountability, and more. However, many adults don’t realize many of the problems connected with American education are linked to what happens before and after school. For example, in New York City, it […]... Read More

Chicago Teachers Union Calls Off Strike

Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) members have agreed to call off a strike after reaching a tentative agreement with the Board of Education and Chicago Public Schools (CPS). Karen Lewis announced that the union had unanimously agreed to a new four-year contract with the district. The CTU President added that the call off of the strike […]... Read More