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The current teacher contract negotiations invoke memories of 2001, the last time teachers went on strike.
The unprecedented move of releasing the union’s negotiating positions — and the state’s pay offer — brings a new level of transparency.
State Board of Education members moved too fast in approving a crucial plan for running public schools in the islands.
Like the rest of the country, students and educators didn’t see a Trump victory coming. What changes are coming to schools nationwide?
A new superintendent needs to be much more proactive and transparent in supporting teachers.
Sure, Finland has a great education system. But this isn’t Finland. It’s time to figure this out for ourselves.