Gov. John Kasich defends a controversial proposal to curb collective bargaining rights in Ohio, and says the state needs to bring Teach for America educators to its schools.


PolitiFact breaks down the various claims from the Wisconsin battle over collective bargaining rights for teachers and others, and finds both sides straying from the truth on occasion.


Lost in the furor of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to put new limits on public employees' collective bargaining is a plan he has to try to promote literacy by 3rd grade.


Arne Duncan provides a few details on his talk with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, and says that changing collective bargaining can save some costs.


Will the ongoing battle over collective bargaining rights in Wisconsin hurt local school officials' ability to work cooperatively?


A survey of school superintendents in Ohio shows that two-thirds of them say collective bargaining agreements need to be overhauled, and that state law doesn't give them the flexibility they need.


Demonstrators continued to gather outside the Wisconsin state capitol on Tuesday, protesting Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to change public workers' pensions, health care, and collective bargaining, though they weren't nearly as big as the 70,000-strong crowds of a week ago.


Attendees at the National Governors Association's winter meeting don't like the idea of Congress allowing states to declare bankruptcy to get out of pension obligations.


At the National Governors Association's winter meeting, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan urged governors to make peace with teachers' unions amid ongoing labor disputes.


School district leaders are worried that Gov. Scott Walker's controversial proposal to curb collective bargaining and ask employees to pay more for benefit will hurt their school systems, going forward.


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