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What does the LA strike have to do with charters? Everything.

Be sure to show your support for the teachers of Los Angeles and their fight for public education.
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Meet the Heroes of Public Education Who Joined our Board of Directors

NPE Action is delighted to announce that three, strong pro-public advocates have joined the NPE Action Board of Directors.
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Act Today: IRS Voucher Regulations and More

10/19 newsletter; IRS voucher regulations, our 2018 conference, stop the funding of online preschools, Rev. Barber, and is school choice panacea.
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Back to school means back to the fight to save public education

As summer winds down, it is time to ramp up our fight to save our community public schools. New plans to destroy them, funded by billionaires, are emerging. Read, for example, this plan to replace 30%- 50% of city public schools with charter schools using what is called a “portfolio model.” Read here how a… View Article
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Vouchers, Conference, an Important New Report and More

On behalf of the Boards of both NPE and NPE Action, I extend our deep condolences to the students, families and educators of Santa Fe High School in Texas.  We are deeply saddened by this tragic loss of young life to gun violence. To learn about our stand regarding gun violence, please go here. The… View Article
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Our November 2017 Endorsed Candidates and the Dark Money They Battle

  Pro-public education candidates are up against powerful dark money. Billionaire donors give to non-profits, which do not have to disclose donations. These non-profits then funnel money to PACs and super PACs. The donor to the PAC is listed as the non-profit, thereby hiding the identity of the givers. Voters in local elections never know… View Article
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Help NPE Action Fight Privatization!

Good News! House Bill HR 610, the School Choice Act, Appears to Have Stalled HR 610 was written to eliminate the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, which was passed as a part of Lyndon B. Johnson’s “War on Poverty,” and to create block grants to “distribute a portion of funds to parents who… View Article
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School is out, but the fight to preserve public education continues

Newsletter with stories about ALEC, the Democratic Platform, ESSA and introducing NPE’s Grassroots Education Network
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NPE Action Stands with Chicago

NPE Action stands with our brothers and sisters in Chicago in their fight for fully funded schools.
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