May 10, 2012 by Amy Buffenbarger
A focus on student-centered, project-based learning is starting to pay off in Columbus, Ohio, thanks in part to a service-learning initiative lead by NEA, CEA in collaboration with OSU.
March 19, 2012 by Tim Walker
How can public education advocates cut through politics and bad research to transform the teaching profession? NEA President Dennis Van Roekel tackled this issue with a panel of international teacher leaders at the Celebration of Teaching and Learning.
February 8, 2012 by Mary Ellen Flannery
Paul Hernandez is an assistant professor whose research focuses on sociology of education and social inequality. His work with educators in lower-performing schools has helped at-risk students to achieve academically, personally and attend college.
September 20, 2010 by PSC Editor
How do we expose and close the education gaps that deny our students the basics and keep opportunity always a zip code or two away? By showing that our communities will no longer sit quietly at the back of the…
March 29, 2010 by PSC Editor
It’s a question that has loomed large over every statewide election, every legislative session, and millions of kitchen tables from Albany to Buffalo over the past quarter century – what to do about the Upstate New York economy? The area,…
February 17, 2010 by Rebecca Logan
Fourth grader Marisa Thomas is only nine years old, but she already knows she wants to go to college. Thanks to Say Yes to Education, a community-wide effort in Syracuse, NY, she is well on her way to accessing a…
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