Surprise, surprise, it happened at an event funded by the Koch Brothers.
by Wendi Petit •
The language in this bill is nearly identical to a much older case which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on more than 60 years ago.
by Tiffany Willis •
He asked for his job back but school authorities declined his request and said that his behavior was ‘unbecoming of a tenured teacher.’
by Deborah Montesano •
The children aren’t exposed to the theory of evolution because pastor-turned-principal Marie Carrier says, ‘We try to stay away from all those things that might confuse our children.’
by Lorraine Devon Wilke •
One San Antonio, Texas, teenager, Andrea Hernandez, will not wear the school’s mandated tracking card because it’s the ‘mark of the beast.’
by Elisabeth Parker •
How long can the IRS keep ignoring churches that endorse candidates while illegally claiming tax exempt status?
by sanghoee •
The use of economic measures to enslave people has been in use around the world for millennia, with the formula well-tested and proven
by Winning Progressive •
For this weekend we have articles on the Chicago teachers strike, charter schools, tax rates and economic growth, social mobility, and subsidies to professional sports teams.
by Leah Taylor •
The GOP candidate for Arizona district 3, Gabriela Saucedo Mercer, had some choice words, comparing poor children with wild animals
by Deborah Montesano •
Why are Americans allowing their educational system and its funding to be eviscerated?
by John Viall •
Mitt Romney thinks that if you eliminate the teachers’ unions, you eliminate all the problems in the educational system. Mitt Romney is wrong.
Republicans want teachers to use religion to destroy accepted science.
Americans are already going in debt paying for college, they don’t need to go in debt paying for a K-12 education, but apparently that’s what Santorum wants.
Republicans continue to assault the Constitution.
by Liberal Lamp Post •
Yes, Republicans nationwide are engaging in concerted efforts to suppress votes, overpower women’s rights and tar and feather Obama. But did you also know that Republicans may be purposely undermining the public education system to keep wealth and power concentrated in the top 1 percent in future generations?
If Republicans have their way, education funding will be cut down to a bare minimum in their effort to trim a budget that they inflated by their wars. But instead of trimming a tremendous amount of defense spending, they have chosen to focus on destroying education.