The Chicago Teacher Strike was just the first step in a march against educational inequality.
Denver's contest for local school board seats has already cost $600,000, as big-money backers of school privatization, charters and “choice” try to buy control of education policy.
The journalist blames teachers unions, not economic inequality, for students’ failure to achieve.
As part of a push to privatize schools, rich conservatives are pouring a fortune into a campaign to defend Republicans who support school choice schemes.
As thirty-six states contemplate privatization measures, public schools are on the defensive.
The governor who has led te fight to bust unions and cut public services now steps up as the pointman for privatization of education -- and his own political ambitions.
The celebrated film tells a familiar story about unions and schools—but misses what's new.
On one level, it's a conflict to keep their field house. On another, it's about the future of our nation's schools.
In The Death and Life of the Great American School System, Diane Ravitch has found a new métier as a critic of neo-capitalist school reform.