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The quality of American public schools can vary widely between states, cities, and even districts. Not all schools are able to provide students with the same level of education, access to extracurriculars, counseling, or college preparation. While each public school faces its own unique challenges, each state has one public school that stands out as […]

There was a time, 50 years ago, when many teachers, superintendents, and academics belonged to their professional group, founded as the Vermont Teachers Association in 1850. For many years public school teachers – mostly women – usually had the respect of the community but barely enough salary to pay their bills. So in 1969 education activists persuaded a Republican legislature and governor to enact a collective bargaining law.

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The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled 8-1 in favor of Brandi Levy, a 14-year-old high school freshman whose swear-laden Snapchat post became a First Amendment test whether a public school has the right to discipline students for off-campus speech.