Education Policy Tag

Across the country, we’ve recently seen the collective power of teachers to make change and have their voices heard. As classroom teachers for a combined 64 years, we strongly believe that teachers must be treated as professionals and as integral partners in the important work...

Typhoid fever, cholera, and dysentery – if you didn’t heed the warnings of those around you on the Oregon Trail, you were bound to get one of these deadly diseases. I still remember the first time I played the computer game more than 20 years...

The Rapidian Heather Gauck, a special education teacher from Grand Rapids, wrote that time is running out for state leaders “to engage with and hear from teachers about the education policy decisions that will affect their classrooms and the overall teaching profession for years to come.”...