Excluding the poor, disabled and frequently truant gives charters a phony edge.
This is why a single porn-watching teacher in Wisconsin is treated like national news.
Representatives vote 78-15 for bill allowing 'religious instruction' instead of school.
The needs of low-income students are simply not being met.
Wisconsin Republicans are at it again, and their knives are out for the state’s public school funding.
The obsession with teaching to the test has sent many black educators packing.
The Badger state is now ground zero for Republicans' war on public education.
Committee approves bill designed to put corporations in charge of public education.
Adjunct professors face corporate-style cuts to hours, wages and health care.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights guarantees a share in scientific advancement.
Marchers take to the streets of 30 cities to demand more support for public education.
Connecticut race puts focus back on the "public" part of public schools.
This article originally appeared in the November 2013 edition of The Progressive.
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