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Every child deserves great schools and the lifelong opportunities they afford. Yet too often, outdated policies hold back schools and limit families’ options. We challenge unfair education policies and propose common sense solutions through advocacy and legal action. Our first project is in New York, helping students fight laws that deny them access to great teachers.
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By Christopher Magan | Twin Cities Pioneer Press "Attorneys for parents challenging Minnesota teachers union laws asked an appeals court panel Wednesday to overturn a lower court’s decision to … Learn More
By JESSE McKINLEY and LISA W. FODERARO | The New York Times "ALBANY — In a potential reprieve for Mayor Bill de Blasio, the New York State Legislature seemed poised to grant two years of mayoral … Learn More
For Immediate Release: June 19, 2018 PEJ Statement on Deadline for Defendants to Answer Plaintiffs’ Complaint New York, NY – Partnership for Educational Justice issued the following statement on … Learn More
New York, NY – The parent plaintiffs in the Wright v. New York case filed new submissions in court this week, pushing to keep the case moving forward despite repeated delay tactics by the defendants. … Learn More
By: Alissa Bernstein DACA is an immigration policy. But in the world of advocacy and reform, it is also an education policy. The stories of Dreamers and continued research from scholars about … Learn More
TNTP CEO Dan Weisberg published an op-ed in the New York Law Journal that offers insights on why Wright v. New York should move forward. He presents compelling reasons to show that if the courts … Learn More
NYC Spent $136 MILLION on teachers without permanent jobs in the ATR - 1/3 are there for disciplinary issues. The n… https://t.co/BuQ7HsvLcN "When this case was filed, my son was just starting elementary school. Now he is graduating & will be starting midd… https://t.co/GuVPEY44d9
NYC Spent $136 MILLION on teachers without permanent jobs in the ATR - 1/3 are there for disciplinary issues. The n… https://t.co/BuQ7HsvLcN
"When this case was filed, my son was just starting elementary school. Now he is graduating & will be starting midd… https://t.co/GuVPEY44d9