In the time since the Columbine Massacre, 19 years ago today, 187,000 students have been exposed to gun violence at their school during the school day.
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Statewide movement empowers educators and adds momentum to the fight for students and public education.
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"Sexual orientation and gender diversity provide the world with a variety that is special and should be acknowledged.”
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Former educator Chris Giunchigliani places education funding as a central campaign issue, while her opponent, Adam Laxalt, wants to cut funding and expand vouchers.
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Gubernatorial candidates in Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Arizona have solid plans for improving tax fairness in order to invest in public schools.
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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf reduced the PSSA by 20% on average in grades 3 through 8, preserving critical learning time.
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Education voters this fall won’t forget how Gov. Scott, who's now running for the U.S. Senate, tried to dismantle public education.
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