Election 2016

OPINION: New era of education passion, protest and politics will follow DeVos confirmation

What happens next with the unprecedented anger, animosity aimed at Senators and new Ed Secretary?

Obama says failing to help everyone will drag down the economy. Here’s how research shows that’s true

Failing to get Hispanics to and through college will lower incomes for all, according to growing body of knowledge

OPINION: Was the DeVos confirmation hearing a dream or a nightmare? Pallas weighs in

The latest threat to public education? Grizzly bears.

OPINION: In charter-school oversight, as in foreign affairs: Trust, but verify

Will Betsy DeVos expand access to charters and private schools, shifting public money to private and quasi-private sectors?

Schoolchildren “have a lot of questions and a lot of fear” in aftermath of Trump victory

Teachers rush to reassure students put on edge by President-elect Trump

How can education reform the minds of Trump voters?

America is no more racist, sexist and nationalist than it was a day before the GOP victory

OPINION: After shocking election, New York history teacher tries to alleviate ‘despair, anxiety or indignation’

Dealing with the fact that there are a lot of people in the world who think differently than you do is an important part of the work of becoming an adult


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Educators ponder meaning of a Trump presidency: Plea for “the vulnerable and the bullied”

Many of those who are reacting to his presidency say more is unknown about what’s next than is known

California voters overturn English-only instruction law

Multilingual Education Act passes and revives bilingual education in one of nation's most diverse states