NYU’s graduate students held a three-day sickout, demanding additional financial support from the university in the wake of the novel coronavirus.
Despite making $4 billion in revenue in 2019, Comcast hasn’t responded to pleas from students and educators to increase internet speeds during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted apartheid conditions in US public schools.
Remote learning has created huge barriers to learning for low income communities of color, where four in ten families lack high speed internet access.
Republicans oppose the HEROES Act provision to expand broadband, but students and educators say lack of internet access is a major roadblock to learning in low income and rural communities.
Student success is tied to teacher expertise, yet TFA only trains its members for five weeks before placing them in schools. One lawmaker says these programs need to be banned from classrooms if California wants to close its education gap.
California parents and teachers won the settlement by arguing that literacy is a constitutional right. The generational neglect of schools in communities of color shows ‘separate but equal’ is still the norm in California public schools.
200 Baltimore students and their allies ask why there’s always money to fund police and the military, but never any for public schools.
Education finance expert Jess Gartner joins TRNN’s Jaisal Noor and Stephen Janis to discuss recent right-wing news coverage of Baltimore city schools