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Oklahoma Teachers Just Purged the Statehouse of Their Enemies
Nineteen House Republicans voted against raising taxes to increase teacher pay. After Tuesday’s primaries, only four remain.
Red-State Teachers Just Scored a Victory That Could Transform the GOP
Last night in Kentucky, teachers showed GOP lawmakers that supporting education cuts could cost them — in
State Support for Colleges Declines As Student Diversity Grows
Public higher education was hit hard by the Great Recession and a GOP wave in the states. Now, a more diverse student population may leave pols cold.
Teacher Protests Spread to Colorado As Arizona Strike Begins
There’s no immediate sign of progress in the deadlock between teachers and Republicans in Arizona, and now Colorado teachers are launching protests.
The Teachers’ Strikes Have Exposed the GOP’s Achilles Heel
The red-state rebellion has revealed that the GOP’s “starve the beast” agenda is deeply unpopular with the party’s own voters.