In the News

IAFF Campaign - The Ed Show

The Ed Show featured the IAFF's public education campaign calling out politicians who use first responders as scapegoats for the financial woes of the nation’s states and cities.


Governors Are Singing the Wrong Tune - In These Times

Commentary: An increasing number of governors are joining New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's anti-worker chorus. Too bad they're all off-key. Wall Street's recklessness, not public employee pensions, caused our nation's financial collapse. Scapegoating workers won't solve anything.


Firefighters to Launch Ad Campaign Defending Benefits - Wall Street Journal

The International Association of Fire Fighters, which represents the nation's firefighters, is beginning an advertising campaign aimed at stemming criticism over generous pension benefits.


'National History Day' Lifts Achievement, Study Finds - Education Week

The first-ever national evaluation of National History Day suggests that students who participate in the yearlong academic program and competition perform better on standardized tests, are better writers, and are more confident and capable researchers.


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