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Exclusive: We Speak with Foster Mom Whose Emotional Message Went Viral

April 21, 2017

Challenges Foster Youth Face Teens entering foster care are often escaping terrible living situations. Youth entering the foster system often…

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Ed Secretary DeVos Moves Quickly to Hand Schools Over To the Koch Brothers, Heritage Foundation

March 17, 2017

Apparently it isn’t enough for Betsy DeVos to destroy the education system in her home state of Michigan by paying…

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Criminalizing Childhood: These Schools Call The Cops On Little Kids — For Being Kids!

July 10, 2016

Children reported To Police. Their Crime? being Children. If you have kids in school, you might want to know what…

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Body Cams On Public Employees: Accountability Or Big Brother?

July 25, 2015

America is wrestling for her very soul in these troubling days where corporations are people and guns are a god…

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Walker, Wisconsin Danger

July 13, 2015

Scott Walker, the Prison Warden Governor of Wisconsin, just declared his candidacy for president. I'm in. I'm running for president…

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Rahm Emanuel To Chicago Teachers: To Get Your Pension Payment, 1,400 Of You Must Lose Your Jobs (VIDEO)

July 1, 2015

As Reverb Press reported June 12th, Chicago Public Schools are facing a municipal ‘fiscal cliff’ due to a $1.1 billion…

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Colorado Supreme Court Rejects Vouchers For Religious Schools

June 30, 2015

School voucher programs have been a hot button issue in education circles for over three decades now. Proponents of the…

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Chicago Schools Are Under Attack! What Do We Do? STAND UP, FIGHT BACK!

June 12, 2015

Many politically active teachers around the country look to the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) as the leading example of what teacher’s…

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WI Republicans: Rich Should Pay Less To Simplify Tax Code

June 11, 2015

Republicans in Wisconsin are doing what they do best, arguing that the richest Americans are the real victims here, and…

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NYC Schools: No More Pencils, No More Books

June 5, 2015

In my first year teaching in the New York City school system, I became well acquainted with one of the…

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