L.A.'s teachers are angry about how the district is treating their students—and they have good reason to be.
Some 30,000 striking teachers braved a downpour to tell school district officials about what needs to change before they'll return to class.
The walkout of about 35,000 members is put off over legal wrangling on notification issue. Educators seek higher pay and smaller class sizes.
Bahia Amawi is suing the Texas school district that fired her after she refused to pledge she wouldn't participate in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.
Teachers are planning to strike in January over school cuts and privatization.
California offers a testing ground to make broad changes using an approach the GOP has leveraged to the hilt in recent decades.
How can this be happening in plain sight as American citizens collectively hold $1.5 trillion in student loan debt?
Parents and grassroots organizations are pushing for elections as the only way to hold schools accountable.
As a generation of leaders crowds onto the world stage with its own bold geopolitical visions, it's important to trace the roots of the elusive term "geopolitics."
Among the positive signs from the recent midterm elections is the pushback against privatizating public education in the U.S.