THIS MONTH IN ANNAPOLIS 200th Edition of Up the Street As this 200th edition of Up the Street goes to press, it’s an opportunity to reflect on the importance of communicating legislative information and building a network of readers and activists who can use that information to improve outcomes for their profession, students, families, and […]
The Kaiser Family Foundation found that rates of anxiety and depression have quadrupled during the pandemic, with about 40% of adults in the U.S. reporting symptoms of anxiety or depression. That’s up from 10% in the first half of 2019. The impact of the coronavirus on adults showed up in measures of adult mental health […]
As an educator, the impact of the coronavirus has been its own special kind of roller coaster. Initially, an early 2020 spring break didn’t seem like a problem. It’s always the time of year when educators desperately need to recharge. Then there was the news that we wouldn’t be returning immediately and would move to […]
Trump, DeVos ignore educators on what it will take to reopen schools safely
Administration only offers radical agenda of voucher schemes to privatize public education
WASHINGTON - July 07, 2020 -
The Cecil County Classroom Teachers Association, the Business and Education Partnership Advisory Council, and the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce Government Relations Committee are partnering to host a Primary Election Candidates...