Education advocacy group StudentsFirst seems to have raised about $7.6 million between its founding in October 2010 and July 2011, according to tax forms released today by the group.


Online petition website Change.org has agreed to take down petitions sponsored by two education advocacy groups, after complaints from labor groups that the groups aren't aligned with progressive values.


The American Federation of Teachers, in partnership with British technology and publishing firm TSL Education have invested $10 million together in an online repository of lesson plans, tools, and supports aligned to the Common Core State Standards.


The Massachusetts Teachers Association and Stand For Children have compromised on a bill to reduce the weight of seniority in the Bay State.


The Los Angeles school districts must link personnel evaluations to student achievement, according to a tentative court ruling.


UPDATED Chicago teachers are currently voting on whether to authorize a strike in the Windy City, in a closely watched process that could shape the future of proposed education changes in the district. If it passes, the vote doesn't mean teachers are to start forming the picket lines imminently. But it does allow the union's governing body to set a date for a strike, and it will provide a temperature of the city's teaching force. Many teachers are upset about the district's proposal to extend the school day and to raise salaries by just 2 percent over the next two ...


A high-powered group of advocacy organizations hopes to see more of the $2.5 billion currently spent by the Education Department to improve K-12 teaching reserved for a competition instead of doled out by formula.


News tidbits that were cut from our education-advocacy series are explored in this item.


The NEA has reached a tentative agreement with its in-house staff union.


An advocacy group releases a primer on 10 different teacher evaluation systems.


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