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Last night, CPAA hosted its very first awards ceremony at the legendary Ivy Room.

President Biden has met the moment in the face of extraordinary opposition and pulled us back from what could have been an intractable circumstance. Under his leadership and bipartisan approach, we will avoid the loss of millions of jobs and the decimation of retirement savings, while protecting working people against draconian cuts to public safety and education
A delegation of Italian school leaders visited San Francisco to gain firsthand accounts regarding evidence-based practices that produce equitable student learning outcomes in a post-COVID-19 pandemic environment.
Most progressive policies have the potential of unifying people around class interests, but a convention in talking about these things often seems to purposely lean against pointing that out.
The Association of Supervisory and Administrative School Personnel, AFSA Local 109, and the Prince George’s County Board of Education completed negotiations on reopeners for salary in record time—just three months.
"Like many rich Americans, I used to think educational investment could heal the country’s ills—but I was wrong. Fighting inequality must come first."

How do you engage parents in their children's education when they find themseleves stressed every morning?

A survey of more than 2,000 moms and dads about their morning routines show what the morning hustle is really like. The results were surprising:

Education Week is reporting that the Trump administration plans to end schooling, recreation and legal aid for migrant children in shelters.
West Virginia teachers and parents may have to hit the streets to defend their kids—again. They already have twice this year.